222 Dexter was featured in the DJC, read the article here
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SEATTLE (September 20th) Seattle Business Magazine. Hewitt’s principal and director of design checks her ego at the door and and views criticism as an opportunity to grow. Julia Nagele watched
SEATTLE (August 20th) Puget Sound Business Journal. The project’s most striking design feature is the slender rectangular opening between the taller “Mama” tower, as Hewitt dubbed it, and the shorter
“We intimately know the Pike Place Market and waterfront neighborhood, as we’re located next door to The Emerald,” said Julia Nagele.