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High above city, crane workers get a million-dollar view

Ironworker Henry Cuffe, who works for Turner Construction Company, does a safety check in the crow's nest at the top of a crane high above a building at Republican Street and Ninth Avenue North in Seattle's South Lake Union neighborhood. The crane, at work on a 12-story building, is one of many towering over the landscape in the booming area.

ELLEN M. BANNER / THE SEATTLE TIMES

Ironworker Henry Cuffe, who works for Turner Construction Company, does a safety check in the crow's nest at the top of a crane high above a building at Republican Street and Ninth Avenue North in Seattle's South Lake Union neighborhood. The crane, at work on a 12-story building, is one of many towering over the landscape in the booming area.

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