Reaching new heights

  • Reporting by Noah Haglund
  • Thursday, April 14, 2011 12:01am
  • Local News

If history is any indicator, Snohomish County’s skyline is bound to change. Everett’s new high-rise hospital tower is also the county’s tallest building. The city’s downtown zoning allows even taller structures. Meantime, developers are seeking approval for 17-story waterfront condos near Woodway and a 13-story office building in Lynnwood.

With collective attention turned upward, what better time to do a survey of the county’s tallest buildings? Navigate them on our map below or look through our gallery here.

View Snohomish County’s tallest structures in a larger map

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