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Seattle's Skyline Could Stretch From Elliott Bay to Lake Union

Eighteen developments and 12.6M sq. ft. of space later, this is what Seattle's skyline might look like when every real estate development under construction or proposed happens. The image comes courtesy of commercial real estate company Cushman & Wakefield Commerce (via PSBJ) and culled possible buildings from the list of 10 downtown developments currently under construction (8.7M sq. ft.) and 18 proposed developments (3.9M sq. ft.). What's most interesting to us is what the area around Denny Triangle is going to look like a decade from now. That plus the growth in South Lake Union could stretch Seattle's "downtown" from Elliott Bay to Lake Union.
· This is what Seattle's skyline would look like if everything gets built [PSBJ]
· The Past, Present & Future Of The Seattle Skyline [CS]