When William “Bill” Bain Jr. began conceptualizing Pacific Place in the mid-1990s, Sixth and Pine was a quiet corner among scattered storefronts in a city mostly known for its aerospace and lumber industries. The back of the five-story retail space the architect was planning would face a near-empty lot. “What should we put back there?” […]
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