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  • Midtown Center redevelopment needs more work
    Facing pressure from the Central District residents who will ultimately have to live with it, the East Design Review Board on Wednesday night declined to move forward plans for the Midtown Center redevelopment.
  • Council confirms Eldridge Tire building's landmark status
    The Seattle City Council has cleared the landmark designation and controls placed on the Eldridge Tire building, allowing Capitol Hill Housing to proceed with plans to redevelop the site for affordable housing.
  • Community paints mural at Midtown Center
    Central District residents came out to give Midtown Center a new coat of paint, creating a mural in the parking lot that is a statement about the neighborhood’s African-American roots and a symbol of their desire to preserve it amid redevelopment.
  • Blu Dot marks Capitol Hill opening
    Blu Dot began making its mark in Seattle with this week’s opening of its Capitol Hill home furnishings store in the historic Colman Automotive Building.
  • UPDATE: Police arrest wrong man in First Hill attempted kidnapping case
    A First Hill father was able to chase off a man attempting to kidnap his 8-year-old son on Saturday, June 23. Seattle Police arrested the suspect a short time later one block north.
    
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  • Midtown Center redevelopment needs more work
    Facing pressure from the Central District residents who will ultimately have to live with it, the East Design Review Board on Wednesday night declined to move forward plans for the Midtown Center redevelopment.
  • Community paints mural at Midtown Center
    Central District residents came out to give Midtown Center a new coat of paint, creating a mural in the parking lot that is a statement about the neighborhood’s African-American roots and a symbol of their desire to preserve it amid redevelopment.
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