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Tue December 21, 2010
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Signless In Seattle? Urban Designers Hope So

Seattle is considering allowing large corporate signs atop its tallest buildings. Other cities already allow such branding. The hope is to attract new renters. Seattle's downtown vacancy rate is 17 percent. But the move is under fire from urban designers who don't want corporate names and logos besmirching the city's look.

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