A wise professor of urban planning was quoted as saying that his observation over many years of practice was that "Design is a sign of intention". We believe that the examples below validate his observations:
Should the City of Seattle continue to allow the livability, health, and safety of its downtown residents be compromised in order to continue to accommodate the greed of developers? We don't think so, especially when an achievable, reasonable, and permanent solution is to couple the allowable height departure under HALA with a height departure in Design Review for DOC2 (in exchange for tower spacing and alley setbacks).
If you agree, please let Mayor Murray and City Council know of your displeasure with this lack of concern about people and adverse impacts to their lives.