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May

18

2022

News

May Newsletter: Addition builds careers and a welcoming, connected neighborhood

The Addition, also known as Summit, at the Seattle Convention Center (recently renamed from the Washington State Convention Center) is making steady progress toward completion.

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April

28

2022

News | Puget Sound Business Journal

Construction starts on speculative office tower in downtown Seattle

Construction is starting on the 17-story Washington 1000 office tower in Seattle, developer Hudson Pacific Properties said Wednesday. The tower on the site of the former Honda dealership at Boren Avenue and Olive Way, is expected to be done in early 2024.

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April

10

2022

News | Puget Sound Business Journal

The $1.9 billion addition to the newly named Seattle Convention Center is expected to attract more events to the region

The pandemic hit Seattle's multibillion-dollar tourism industry hard, with visitor spending falling 52% in 2020. The opening of a new addition to the convention center is expected to help close the gap.

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December

16

2021

News

December Newsletter: Peek Inside As The Addition Takes Shape

The Washington State Convention Center (WSCC) Addition (also called Summit) is in its final months of construction. It is a good time for a look inside.

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July

27

2021

News

July Newsletter: Project milestone comes with positive signs for travel and tourism

The Washington State Convention Center (WSCC) Addition—also known as the Summit building—is one year from completion. In June, Addition crews hoisted the final beam onto the steel structure, officially “topping out” the building.

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June

15

2021

Press Release

Washington State Convention Center Addition Project Tops Out; One Year of Construction Remains

The Washington State Convention Center (WSCC) recognized a major milestone in the construction of the Addition project, also known as the Summit building. On Friday, June 11, construction crews hoisted the final beam onto the steel structure, officially “topping out” the building.

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