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Published: Thursday, April 14, 2011, 12:01 a.m.

Snohomish County's 10 tallest buildings

  • Providence Regional Medical Center Everett's new tower reaches 197 feet in the air.

    Herald staff

    Providence Regional Medical Center Everett's new tower reaches 197 feet in the air.

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.
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