Tag: waterfront

Parks & Seattle Center Committee recap for August 4th

August 5th, 2011

The Parks & Seattle Center Committee met yesterday with a full agenda, and I’d like to take a moment to revisit the meeting. Our first focus was again on Building 11 at Magnuson Park. Over the course of four committee meetings, my colleagues and I have evaluated a proposed lease amendment that made alterations to a lease […]

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Waterfront Seattle highlights process to come

February 18th, 2011

Last night’s Waterfront Seattle event at the Seattle Aquarium was a great success and so well-attended that people were packed in like sardines. James Corner presented for an hour to the standing-room only crowd about his approach and thinking to our waterfront. To my delight, he is building on the work of our previous design […]

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My vision for our Waterfront

February 16th, 2011

I can just taste what our Waterfront will become. Imagine walking with me – or your best friend – just a few short years from now, from Safeco Field up to the Olympic Sculpture Park. Satisfied with another Mariner’s victory, we stroll down the new tree-lined Railroad Avenue-turned-pedestrian/bicycle corridor to the end of King Street […]

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Last day to provide input on Seawall Project

February 7th, 2011

Tuesday, February 8th, is the last day for the public to provide feedback and help define the Elliott Bay Seawall Project. SDOT has a great website available for review and encourages your input:  The Elliott Bay Seawall, which runs from Washington Street to Broad Street along the waterfront, was built between 1916 and 1934. It […]

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