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While it may seem a odd location for a modern art gallery, amid the light industrial and retail sprawl the makes up the bulk of Sodo and a stone's throw away from Qwest and Safeco fields, perhaps it isn't after all.
While it may seem a odd location for a modern art gallery, amid the light industrial and retail sprawl the makes up the bulk of Sodo and a stone's throw away from Qwest and Safeco fields, perhaps it isn't after all. They make great use of warehouse they came to occupy, never changing anything to take away from the fact it is a warehouse. They host museum quality exhibits and, especially for this neighborhood, a unique, cultural outing.
3412 4th Avenue South, Seattle, WA, United States
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