Seattle tops the nation in tower cranes for third straight year as construction reaches new peak

Cranes are especially active in South Lake Union, driven by Amazon’s growth.  (Ellen M. Banner/The Seattle Times)
Cranes are especially active in South Lake Union, driven by Amazon's growth. (Ellen M. Banner/The Seattle Times)

Seattle first led the nation in cranes in 2016. Now the city has more cranes than at any point since Rider Levett Bucknall began counting them in 2014.

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