By Taylor Soper

A King County Superior Court judge ruled Thursday that the University of Washington is exempt from a City of Seattle law that preserves landmarks, paving the way for the UW’s computer science program expansion.

Last year, a local preservation group tried to nominate the 55-year-old More Hall Annex, which previously housed a nuclear reactor, as a landmark under the city’s ordinance.

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An early conceptual drawing of the new CSE building interior by LMN Architects. The final building design will incorporate an undergraduate commons (pictured) and instructional labs, seminar rooms, research labs, and collaborative spaces for students and faculty.

An early conceptual drawing of the new CSE building interior by LMN Architects. The final building design will incorporate an undergraduate commons (pictured) and instructional labs, seminar rooms, research labs, and collaborative spaces for students and faculty.