Wash. city council says higher fees won't stifle development

03/26/2013 | Seattle Times, The

The Seattle City Council is pushing ahead with a plan to increase affordable-housing fees and building height in South Lake Union. The plan has met strong opposition from business leaders and property owners, who say increased fees will discourage development. However, councilors think the area's popularity and the presence of Amazon will continue to lure developers.

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