Saturday, November 21, 2015

At the top of the Columbia Center

A few days ago, me and my sister Bea, alongside a relative of hours, went to the Columbia Center for some sightseeing for a few hours. Yes, I know. It's my first time being in Seattle's tallest buildings which is twice the size of the iconic Space Needle.

The Columbia Center was opened on the 2nd of March, 1985, It is a 76-story building that has a height of 933' or 967' to tip (287.4264m) and it was currently the second tallest structure on the US West Coast.

Like most buildings, the Columbia Center is a business center where top companies from around the globe claim their businesses here and while this building is business-focused, it's still one of the best tourist destinations in the Pacific Northwest because there's a Sky View Observatory located at the 73rd floor. In here, visitors can get a bird's eye view of the entire Seattle. Here are some of the bits and bobs I've captured during my day at the Sky View Observatory.

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And now, a wonderful view of Seattle while at the Sky Deck Observatory of the Columbia Center.

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Love a good view from the top, don't you agree? Anyway, I hope you guys enjoyed the scenic view from the 73rd floor of Seattle's tallest building and if you have the time, why not stop by and enjoy the view? It doesn't sound much but it's the best seat in the house.

Columbia Center
701 5th Ave,
Seattle, WA 98104

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