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  • Capstone to Break Ground on Live-Work Campus in Redmond This Summer

    Redmond-based tech giant Microsoft is set to get crowded as a massive mixed-use development project was recently announced in the vicinity of the software company’s headquarters. Developer Capstone Partners has released plans for a new urban village that would create a new live-work community able to accommodate around 8,000 people. The massive development project would include a large number of residential units, as well as a wide range of amenities and commercial space. According to the developer, the project will constitute an investment of approximately $900 million.

    Seattle 19 February 2014 07:37

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