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  • Seattle’s Eco-Friendly Stream Uptown Community Begins Leasing

    Stream Uptown, a 118-unit, Class-A, mid-rise apartment community in Seattle’s Uptown enclave, has begun leasing residences. The announcement was made by Stream Real Estate LLC, a Seattle-based company focused on developing multifamily residential properties in the core of the Emerald City.

    West 21 January 2013 16:01

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