The 15 towers that stretch across the entire median of North 21st Street are scheduled to come out in the next couple of years, per a contract the Tacoma Public Utilities board approved a couple weeks ago. When they do, the city hopes to redesign the street. That could mean bike lanes and pedestrian improvements.
The 15 towers that stretch across the entire median of North 21st Street are scheduled to come out in the next couple of years, per a contract the Tacoma Public Utilities board approved a couple weeks ago. When they do, the city hopes to redesign the street. That could mean bike lanes and pedestrian improvements. David Montesino Staff photographer
The 15 towers that stretch across the entire median of North 21st Street are scheduled to come out in the next couple of years, per a contract the Tacoma Public Utilities board approved a couple weeks ago. When they do, the city hopes to redesign the street. That could mean bike lanes and pedestrian improvements. David Montesino Staff photographer

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