News Recap: What Seattle’s Skyline Would Look Like If Everything Gets Built, A Guide To Secret Menu Items In Seattle, Ten Surprising Social Media Statistics 2014

The Office of Economic Development’s Daily Digest is a daily resource for business people. Here are three of our most clicked through stories for the week of July 21.

 

WHAT SEATTLE’S SKYLINE WOULD LOOK LIKE IF EVERYTHING GETS BUILT

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A record number of real estate developments are under way in downtown Seattle, with more planned, and a new graphic by commercial real estate company Cushman & Wakefield Commerce shows what the skyline would look like if it all gets built. The tally shows ten developments totaling 8.7 million square feet of projects under construction, with 18 more totaling another 3.9 million square feet proposed.

 

A GUIDE TO SECRET MENU ITEMS IN SEATTLE

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Some secrets are meant to be kept, off-menu food items are not that kind of secret. Hidden menu items are available to Seattle residents, you just need to know where to look and who to ask. Among some of the best kept secrets are: Ravioli sandwich at LoPriore Pasta Bar; make sure not to ask during the busy rush lunch, this sandwich will satisfy your carb craving on all levels. White anchovy pie at Stoneburner; taken off the menu soon after the restaurant opening, this secret pie is a chef favorite. 

 

TEN SURPRISING SOCIAL MEDIA STATISTICS 2014 

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