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Massive Residential Towers Planned Across From Amazon's HQ

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Back in August, The Seattle Times sold their longtime HQ at 1120 John St., as well as a parking lot across the street, to Canadian real estate development company Onni for $62.5M. Onni has now announced plans for the site, which include four residential towers that contain 2 million square feet of residential space right across the street from Amazon's HQ.

The Boren & Thomas block has a 240-foot max height while the Fairview & Denny block can rise as high as 400-feet. Preliminary plans also call for podiums on which the residential towers will rise as well as below grade parking. No word yet on construction timing.
· Developer proposes 4 residential towers in SLU [Seattle Times]
· Longtime Seattle Times HQ Sold For $62.5M [Curbed Seattle]