Another Seattle institution will be demolished to make way for an apartment building.
Known for spuds, coleslaw, chowder and waterfront views, SPUD Fish & Chips has served the Green Lake community for decades.
But SPUD’s tradition will continue on the first floor of the new building, though many people will miss the current building’s old-school Seattle feel after it’s torn down.
The Green Lake location, built in 1959, was sold to current owner Craig Smith in 2001.
According to the Daily Journal of Commerce, the apartment building will provide 59 units.
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