Just when you think Seattle real estate developer Martin Selig is going to slow down, he speeds right back up again. In his latest acquisition, Selig quietly bought a small parking garage on Third Avenue in downtown Seattle. On its own this might not seem like news, but he also bought a 101-year-old building south of the garage and has plans to build a 440-foot tall office/apartment tower on the space. Located on the southwest corner of Third Avenue and Virginia Street, this project will be very similar to the one on Third and Lenora, just one block up. All that and he has big plans for Queen Anne, Ballard, and high-end apartments near the Olympic Sculpture Park. It seems like Selig is going to keep his foot on the gas for the foreseeable future.
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