The Seattle School Board’s decision to not adopt a resolution to acquire the former Federal Reserve Bank building does not shut the door for the development of a Downtown public school at the 90,000 square foot facility on 2nd Avenue.
The Downtown Seattle Association (DSA) and Urban Yoga Spa are teaming up to offer a new way to get your lunch break workout and relieve the mid-week stress buildup with free one-hour yoga sessions at noon every Wednesday from June 18th to September 24th in Westlake Park (4th Avenue & Pine Street). Read more…
The Downtown Residents Council welcomes Kathleen O’Toole to Seattle, and raises the primary concerns of open-air drug dealing and public safety concerns in Downtown parks. Read more…
Even as a perennial top 10 city for dogs, there has been a gap in amenities for parents of pooches living and visiting Downtown. The Metropolitan Improvement District (MID) has begun addressing this need, installing Mutt Mitt stations in Downtown neighborhoods, providing a clean solution for what can be a messy situation.
Downtown Seattle Groups Urge Seattle Public Schools to Consider Potential Site for a Downtown Public School
The Downtown Seattle Association (DSA), Downtown Residents Council, Downtown Seattle Families and other partner organizations have sent a letter to Seattle Public Schools (SPS) Superintendent Jose Banda, to alert district officials about the unique opportunity to acquire, at no cost, a suitable building and land Downtown which could serve as the location for a new Downtown public school.
Employment Gains, Public Space Improvements and Residential Development Growth Take Center Stage at State of Downtown.