The proposed skyscraper at Fourth Avenue and Columbia Street is not interested in simply fitting nicely into Seattle's skyline. Instead, developer Crescent Heights wants the building to dominate it. According to PSBJ, new details reveal plans for the building to rise 101 stories. That would dwarf Seattle's current height champ, the 76-story Columbia Center, which just so happens to be across the street. It would also surpass Los Angeles' 1,018-foot US Bank Tower as the tallest tower on the West Coast and come awfully-close to catching the 104-story One World Trade Center in New York City.