When originally proposed, the 50-plus-story building at 1903 5th Avenue was expected to contain a mixture of condos and apartments, amongst other things. New plans that go before the design review board Tuesday event include the same number of residences but now make it unclear whether or not they'll be sold or rented out. That's the point, according to developer Stanford Hotels, who told PSBJ that the market will dictate whether or not condos will end up being included. Along with the to-be-determined 229 units, Altitude Hotel & Residences will also include 200 hotel rooms, hotel & residential amenity space, 3,000 square-feet of street-level retail and 190 parking spaces. The building, which is being designed by MG2, will be obtaining LEED Silver accreditation minimum. Is it us or does everyone really want to populate Seattle's skyline with tall silver stacks?