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Which Seattle Neighborhood Should Be Resurrected Next?

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It's Friday and it's time to hear from the crowd. Have something you want discussed among the fine Curbed readers? Send it this way.

It's almost hard to recognize South Lake Union from what it once was. Formerly the home to a whole lot of empty warehouses, it's soon to be the home of Seattle's next round of high-rises.

Meanwhile, Yesler Terrace is about to be completely re-made as it continues to get money and now has a developer (our mighty overlord Vulcan). Designs for new buildings are starting to sprinkle in and it's only a matter of time before it's unrecognizable.

So the question of the day is, which Seattle neighborhood should be next? Does Greenwood deserve to become the next reborn nabe? Should we get to work turning Leschi into a commuter paradise? Will we one day look up at the corporate towers in South Park and barely remember a time when it wasn't Seattle's financial center? Okay maybe we're getting a head of ourselves, but, that's the point. Have at it in the comments!
· Vulcan To Seattle: Hurry Up & Rezone South Lake Union Already [Curbed Seattle]
· Yesler Terrace Project Wins Grant, Bellevue House Full Of Nutcrackers [Curbed Seattle]
· Early Designs For Yesler Terrace Apartment Complex Released [Curbed Seattle]