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|400 Broad Street|
Seattle WA United States
| - observation|
| - tower|
| - pod|
| - pole|
| - revolving floor|
| - modern|
| - steel|
| ||Heights|| ||Value||Source / Comments|| |
|Antenna||605 ft||Official Website|
|Observation deck||520 ft||Official Website|
|Restauraunt||500 ft||Official Website|
|Skyline banquet facility||100 ft||Official Website|
- Originally built for the 1962 World Fair
- The Space Needle became an official historic city landmark status on April 19, 1999.
- The tower's saucer does not revolve, only the 14-foot ring next to the windows.
- It took 400 days to design and build the Space Needle.
- The Structure was completed in December 1961, and didnt open until April, 1962.
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|John Graham & Associates|| - ||Architect|| |
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