Ever wonder what it'd be like to live in one of the city’s tallest building? Last week's New York Times Magazine piece, "Who Lives There?" gave Seattleites and the nation a peek at a family doing exactly that.
The Smith Tower, built in 1914, is currently home to husband and wife David Lahaie and Petra Franklin Lahaie. The space, originally a pyramid-topped glass lighthouse, is home to the couple and their two daughters. How did this family end up living on top of Seattle? Petra Franklin Lahaie won a long-term lease to what she calls this extraordinaty apartment the "Lighthouse."
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