Realty and Rental Register
Published Monthly by HENRY BRODERICK Inc., Second and Cherry • MAin 2-4350 • Seattle
Editorial Office, 663 Skinner Bldg.
Henry Broderick, President Eric B. Berkeley, Manager (Residential Sales)
Lloyd T. Baird, Executive Vice-President Jennings M. Hanseth, Manager (Commercial Sales;
Fred J. O'Brien, Vice-President Donald W. Brunni, CPCU, Insurance Manager
Linn B. Foster, Vice-President Elmer D. Solsness, Assistant Insurance Manager
Robert A. Banks, Vice-President Alfred S. McCrary, Assistant Rental Manager
Arthur G. Enge, Secretary-Treasurer H. Martin Smith, Assistant Rental Manager
VOL. XXX MARCH, 1961 No. 3
A SMALL smattering of timi t natives is concerned because, as they put
it, the central part of Seattle will be torn asunder in the construction
of the Freeway while "Century 21" is in progress. Far from leaving an
unfavorable impression, this massive undertaking is quite likely to generate the thinking of visitors that here, indeed, is a forward-looking city.
Then, too, the second Lake Washington Bridge will be under way, adding
to the image of a growing and expanding metropolis. When the Alaska-
Yukon-Pacific Exposition was held in Seattle in 1909, the huge Denny
Hill Regrade was a dramatic exhibit for visitors who were influenced
mightily by the sight of this vast undertaking involving a large city remolding its terrain in order to meet future requirements. Aside from the
high quality of the Fair itself, consider the affect on tourists of the Freeway, the Second Bridge, the Monorail, and the Space Needle. Together,
they will present a civic showcase that will leave an indelible impression
of a community with its mind trained on tomorrow.
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