The twin towers of the Westin Seattle are 47 and 40 stories high, respectively, and were constructed between 1969 and 1982.
Fun fact: The towers were featured on the cover of the Modest Mouse album, The Lonesome Crowded West.
Westin Seattle, (2013)
6 responses to “Seattle Architecture”
I’m dying to go to Seattle! I liked this informative blog post! Really interesting!
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Hi Julie, thanks for dropping by to leave a comment. I checked out your site–you’ve posted some really lovely photos! I look forward to seeing future posts.
Hummm… reminds me of something in relation to our good friend George, lol. Beautiful pic’s dear. You have the eye!
Ha! I didn’t see it until you mentioned it. Funny!
And, as always, thanks for stopping by. 🙂
Beautiful photo, Gina! Again I find you and I are on the same “Seattle wavelength” this week. I just shared via social media a funny yet accurate tale about Seattle-ites through the eyes of a friend who lives there. Did you travel to WA state recently? It seems like a fabulous place to visit – I hope to go sometime soon too!
Hi Patricia! Isn’t that funny? I thought about that, too, how we were both drawn to Seattle themes independently of one another this week. There must be some truth to the saying: “Great minds think alike.” 😉
To answer your question, I was in the Pacific Northwest a few months ago (in June). My trip was far too brief; I’d love to go back again soon.
Happy Thanksgiving to you and Brian!