Yay for Lincoln Tower! When I saw it the other day I freaked out (and sort of embarassed myself, too )
Oops. I guess I missed the memo. And yes, that is the one.mhays said:Assuming you're talking about the old Puget Sound Energy Building (built in 50s or so, yellow, lawn around it), this has been discussed on SSP and/or SSC over the past few months. We're all pretty excited about it.
Lol not at all. People talk about going to Bellingham like it's a foreign land or something. It's only two hours away or so, but it is not at all part of the metro area. There is about a thirty mile stretch south of it that is essentially nothing but beautiful natural scenery, and south of that is a bunch of farmland, well known for tulip production. I'd consider Marysville the northern border of the metro area (which is just a bit north of Everett)Vanman said:Whats up dudes, I'm from Vancouver and I got a question. Is Bellingham considered a suburb of Seattle or is it's own town? I went to Bellis Fair today and was pretty underwhelmed. Next time I go to Washington I will definitely go all the way to downtown Seattle
That's too long. They should work on it NOW! :rant:mhays said:Early 2006 start.
I just walked by this evening cause I had nothing else to do, but forgot my camera. The cladding is up to about the 15th floor or so. At least that's what it seemed like; maybe it was just up to about 10. The cladding is really cool; it is very shiny and....stuff.SJM said:Walked by wamu tower today, the glass facade looks amazing and so shiny.