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Seattle Will Finally Sell the Hole in the Ground Across from City Hall, Kshama Sawant Calls It "Corporate Welfare"

The city is selling a lot worth $50 million to a developer for just $16 million. by Heidi Groover The hole. Ansel Herz There has been a giant hole in the ground across the street from Seattle City Hall for more than a decade. Now, it looks like that hole will be filled, but not without a debate about whether Seattle is giving a luxury developer a "sweetheart deal." To recap: In 2005, the city tore down its old public safety building.
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