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West Seattle Masons retain their primo home

Over the years, members of West Seattle's Masonic Temple could have sold their now-primo property to developers. They haven't. Now they'll share the block with a 389-unit complex. Above, Elmer Lindseth, 90, one of the longest-serving members, sits outside the massive Lodge Room.

Ken Lambert / The Seattle Times

Over the years, members of West Seattle's Masonic Temple could have sold their now-primo property to developers. They haven't. Now they'll share the block with a 389-unit complex. Above, Elmer Lindseth, 90, one of the longest-serving members, sits outside the massive Lodge Room.

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