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Friday, November 30, 2012 - Page updated at 04:00 p.m.

Downsized office tower proposed in Bellevue


Beacon Capital Partners of Boston has filed a permit application to build a 23-story office building on a downtown Bellevue site where it won approval last year to build a 32-story tower.

The 3-acre property, now a parking lot, is on Northeast Eighth Street between 108th and 110th Avenues Northeast.

A document Beacon filed with city planners says construction is “projected” to start next summer, but doesn’t indicate if that’s contingent on signing an anchor tenant. A Beacon representative didn’t respond to a request for more information.

The downsized tower would have 515,000 square feet of office space, down from 680,000 in the earlier design.