Abandoned buildings in seattle? (1 Viewer)

Gabe22

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Been prepping to travel to washington for a while. Wondering where the highest voncentration of abandoned buildings or best places are to start a squat. Thanks.
 
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Juan Derlust

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I understand general tips and tricks regarding squat living but I'm always astonished someone publicly soliciting squat locations
- may as well declare 'Hey! SuperSpy here - where are the best hideouts?'

OR

Count the responses to your inquiry...
Nothing personal - I want you to find your comfort zone
 
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Gabe22

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I understand general tips and tricks regarding squat living but I'm always astonished someone publicly soliciting squat locations
- may as well declare 'Hey! SuperSpy here - where are the best hideouts?'

OR

Count the responses to your inquiry...
Nothing personal - I want you to find your comfort zone
Thanks. I admit it was kinda stupid to ask for squat locations publicly.
 

Stiv Rhodes

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In Seattle, the place to look is on the south end, past I-90. It's gotten hard in the city these days. Might be better to check the surrounding suburbs, like Burien or Renton.
 

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