Posts Tagged ‘Waterfront’

Traffic Impacts Looming This Weekend

With closures of both SR 99 and SR 520, expect a little congestion on the roadways in Downtown Seattle this weekend. Inspection, paving and utility work, events and demotion work will shut down a couple of major roadways through the weekend, and the closures start tonight. KIRO-TV provides a list of closures here.  As the KIRO-TV [...]

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Pronto! Ready to Roll in Seattle this Monday

It’s finally here – a bike-share program begins on Monday, Oct. 13 in the most bike-friendly state in the nation. That’s us, Washington state. Pronto! Cycle Share starts service with 500 bikes and 50 stations in Seattle, including nearly 30 in our Downtown area, which includes parts of South Lake Union and Capitol Hill.  Here’s [...]

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Are You Ready? Of Course, You’re Ready for Some Football

The eyes of the nation will be focused on our fine city this Thursday, Sept. 4 with your defending Super Bowl Champion Seahawks cracking open the NFL season against the Green Bay Packers at CenturyLink Field. Be advised – this is not a singular event…the game is huge, but there’s much more than the game going on.  [...]

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Night Out Seattle will host Downtown resident cornhole tournament

Want to be part of a fiercely competitive event that will pit Downtown residents against each other? Join the Downtown Throwdown Cornhole Tournament! Downtown residents can compete for fame and glory against teams of other Downtown residents. Get a team together, represent your building and come prepared to have fun with other Downtown residents! The [...]

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How Would the Parks District Ballot Measure Affect Downtown Parks?

You’ve undoubtedly seen arguments for and against the creation of a Parks District in the news of late, and maybe you have questions about what such a ballot measure would mean for Downtown parks. At present, there are more than 6,000 acres of park lands in Seattle and a $270 million maintenance backlog that is [...]

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