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State, Pacific Hospital PDA reach tentative agreement on SCCC PacMed plan

August 13th, 2013 at 10:45 pm | Posted by Wendi Dunlap

Photo by Wendi Dunlap / Beacon Hill Blog.

Seattle Central is probably coming to Beacon Hill after all.

The Seattle Times reports tonight that the Pacific Hospital Preservation and Development Authority’s governing council has agreed to a tentative deal for the state Commerce Department to lease 205,000 square feet of the Pacific Tower/PacMed building (13 floors) for 30 years. This will begin a 90-day due diligence period for the state, which plans to sublease six floors to Seattle Central Community College for health-training programs, including a new Bachelor of Nursing degree.

The remaining seven floors would be subleased to other non-profit agencies that focus on health care and social services.

The building has been mostly vacant since Amazon.com moved out in 2011.

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