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Smith Tower Conversion Scaled Back

The Seattle Times reported today that Smith Tower’s owner, Walton Street Capital, has amended plans to convert the venerable landmark. The new proposal calls for converting the top 12 floors to condominiums with one unit per floor, roughly about 2,000 square feet each. Read the full article at the Smith Tower condos: Only the…

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Smith Tower One Step Closer

The proposal to convert Seattle’s venerable Smith Tower to condominiums is one step closer. The Seattle PI is reporting that the Pioneer Square Preservation Board has unanimously voted to approve the condo conversion proposal. However, it will still need approval from the city’s Landmark Preservation Board. Read the full Seattle PI article.

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Smith Tower Update

By on July 19, 2007 in Real Estate with 0 Comments

The Seattle PI reports the Smith Tower is one step closer to conversion having cleared one hurdle, passing a conditional city approval. The project will need to also receive approval from the Pioneer Square Preservation Board. Interestingly, per the article, the developer is not fully committed to converting the Smith Tower. Related SCL posts: Smith…

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Smith Tower Condo Review Meeting

On the agenda for the March 7th Pioneer Square Preservation Board meeting will be a review of the plan to convert Smith Tower into condos. The proposal calls for reclassification of the building to allow for retail on the ground floor and 150 condo units above. Where: Seattle City Hall, 600 4th Ave – Boards…

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Smith Tower Condos?

The Seattle Times is reporting the new owners of Seattle’s venerable Smith Tower has designs on converting it to condos. Chicago-based Walton Street Capital filed papers with the city Wednesday to begin what could be a months-long process of getting approval to redo the tower as housing. Some people seem to think it may be…

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