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Offices to give way to condos in Bellevue


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Offices to give way to condos in Bellevue

A longtime cornerstone of downtown Bellevue, the old Puget Sound Energy headquarters, is coming down this week to make way for twin condominium towers the developer anticipates will be one of the region's most energy efficient new residential projects.

Called Bellevue Towers, the project at the corner of 106th Avenue Northeast and Northeast Fourth Street, will feature 565 condominiums atop retail shops, a restaurant and parking. The 42- and 43-story towers are to be completed in the fall 2008. Condo prices are projected to range from $400,000 to $7 million for units 700 to more than 6,000 square feet.


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