Convention Center Expansion Stalled

Plans to expand the Washington State Convention and Trade Center in Seattle have been put on hold by the state legislature, according to an article in The Seattle Times.

The proposed $766 million expansion would add approximately 210,000 square feet of exhibit space to the existing facility, which has 307,000 square feet of meeting and exhibition space. The project requires the initial approval of the legislature for $15 million to fund design and engineering costs. In April, t

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