A rendering of the latest design for the Rainier Square tower in downtown Seattle shows how the base was whittled down to preserve views of the next-door Rainier Tower pedestal.
Negotiations between the University of Washington and Seattle City Hall over redeveloping Rainier Square offer a rare look at the anatomy of a deal and raises the question: Did the city leave millions in affordable-housing fees on the table?
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Seattle Times news librarian Gene Balk crunches the numbers
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