This simulated flyover of Seattle shows the future skyline of South Lake Union

As Featured in The Seattle Times

Written by Business Staff

 Image Courtesy of Realogics Sotheby's International Realty

Image Courtesy of Realogics Sotheby's International Realty

The Seattle Times Business Staff was eager to share “This simulated flyover of Seattle shows the future skyline of South Lake Union” as they quote Dean Jones who “says Seattle residents are understandably astounded at the pace of growth in the formerly sleepy South Lake Union neighborhood, but it has happened elsewhere. ‘We have to look to other cities, (areas) such as South of Market in San Francisco, or Yaletown in Vancouver B.C. – there is a precedent for this much development to emerge in this amount of time.”

The article also cites Jones as saying that “density and regional traffic tangles will create more reasons for people who work downtown to live there as well: ‘Much like Manhattan, I think in downtown Seattle we are going to feel like we are living on an island.’”