New ULink Light Rail line provides stronger connectivity between Downtown, Capitol Hill & the UW

The new University Link (ULink) light rail line opens March 19 and will provide riders with an estimated 8-minute ride from Downtown to the University of Washington. Starting March 19, riders will be able to get Downtown from the University in eight minutes, and from Downtown to Capitol Hill in four minutes. On opening day, Sound Transit […]

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Three things to do in Westlake and Occidental Square Parks this month

What do coffee, pie-eating and Irish dancing all have in common? Very little, except for their presence in Westlake and Occidental Square Parks. Pi Day is Monday, March 14 (3.14), so the Downtown Seattle Association (DSA) is celebrating this irrational number with an equally irrational event. At noon in Occidental Square Park and 5 p.m. in Westlake […]

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Downtown Lowdown: Week of Feb. 29 – March 6

Downtown Lowdown: Your weekly dose of the top-level events happening in Downtown Seattle. Monday, Feb. 29 — Food Trucks in Westlake Park and Occidental Square Park Our food trucks are ready to serve you delicious meals (for lunch and dinner), six days per week in Westlake and five days a week in Occidental. Check out the schedules for Westlake Park and […]

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Join Commute Seattle for a biking seminar on Feb. 25

Join Commute Seattle to learn about biking in the winter. Commute Seattle is hosting a winter biking seminar from noon to 1 p.m. on Feb. 25 at the Columbia Center’s 40th Floor Conference Center. Whether you are a seasoned cyclist, fair-weather rider or new to bicycling, join Commute Seattle for an informative lunch seminar and get your bike commuting […]

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Want to learn more about affordable housing? If you’re answer is HALA-yes, keep reading…

Hing Hay Coworks is hosting an open house forum about the Housing Affordability and Livability Agenda on Wednesday, Feb. 24. Mayor Murray has proposed to replace and expand the Seattle Housing Levy, which expires at the end of 2016, and Mayor Murray has proposed renewing and expanding the levy to provide $290 million over seven years […]

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