Approval of 12-story Pioneer Square building overturned

By Larry

Seattle TimesTHE SEATTLE TIMES DANIEL BEEKMAN

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Seattle’s approval of 12-story Pioneer Square building overturned

Seattle’s deputy hearing examiner called the city’s approval of construction of the building in the Pioneer Square Preservation District “arbitrary and capricious.” The developer can now appeal in King County Superior Court or submit a modified design. Share story Seattle’s deputy hearing examiner on Wednesday overturned the city’s approval of a new 12-story building in the historic Pioneer Square neighborhood.

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