A bicyclist pedals past Old City Hall Tuesday Nov. 3, 2015. Four Puget Sound developers met last month’s deadline to propose a vision of Old City Hall’s future. Now the city will take a few weeks to evaluate the proposals: A boutique hotel, office spaces, or a high-end bar and antique gallery. The city asked for proposals at the beginning of September. The Tacoma City Council voted to buy the historic building in June for $4 million.
A bicyclist pedals past Old City Hall Tuesday Nov. 3, 2015. Four Puget Sound developers met last month’s deadline to propose a vision of Old City Hall’s future. Now the city will take a few weeks to evaluate the proposals: A boutique hotel, office spaces, or a high-end bar and antique gallery. The city asked for proposals at the beginning of September. The Tacoma City Council voted to buy the historic building in June for $4 million. David Montesino Staff photographer
A bicyclist pedals past Old City Hall Tuesday Nov. 3, 2015. Four Puget Sound developers met last month’s deadline to propose a vision of Old City Hall’s future. Now the city will take a few weeks to evaluate the proposals: A boutique hotel, office spaces, or a high-end bar and antique gallery. The city asked for proposals at the beginning of September. The Tacoma City Council voted to buy the historic building in June for $4 million. David Montesino Staff photographer

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