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Even better if the angle was wider to include Rincon Hill
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Love this shot.
Seattle is a monster of a city in the making. (I won't say mega city cause I don't know if the metro can handle 10+ million peeps) What do we think the MSA will max out at? It is just such a desirable city and growing by leaps and bounds.
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Love this shot.
Seattle is a monster of a city in the making. (I won't say mega city cause I don't know if the metro can handle 10+ million peeps) What do we think the MSA will max out at? It is just such a desirable city and growing by leaps and bounds.
I hope the city core tops out at 800k in like 10 years. I believe metro is something like 3.6 to 3.8 million or so.


Credit: http://www.seattle.gov/dpd/cityplann...ndemographics/

One of my favorite cities next to NYC and Miami. #3 naturally IMO. It's just a stunning region. Nature meets city in a perfect harmony. Definitely have to revisit. It's been 2+ years since my endeavour there.

Granted its come a long way:

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Aerial View of the Fair - 1962 Seattle World's Fair by The Paper Depository, on Flickr

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That's a phenomenal Seattle aerial. Even part of central Ballard in the lower left.

That "2016" Seattle skyline shot is actually about 2011, very early in the current boom.
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That's a phenomenal Seattle aerial. Even part of central Ballard in the lower left.

That "2016" Seattle skyline shot is actually about 2011, very early in the current boom.
O darn. Yeah it said it was uploaded in 2016, should of looked at when it was taken. Kinda challenging to find similar angles. But still, whole place is booming. Has come a long way, even from the early 90's.

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Burnaby would be so much better if those highrises were a lot closer together.
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