The Resource section of this website includes some of our most requested documents, including the DSA Annual Report, State of Downtown Economic Report, Downtown demographics, pedestrian counts and more.
If you can’t find what you’re looking for, contact us.
Look back on the goals, efforts and accomplishments of the Downtown Seattle Association and Metropolitan Improvement District from the past year.
The Downtown Seattle population is more racially diverse than that of the city, county and the nation as a whole, another factor that makes Downtown living desirable for both residents and the businesses who serve them.
With continued development – including a high concentration of new projects in the Denny Triangle and South Lake Union neighborhoods, it is an exciting time to be Downtown.
We’ve compiled a list of helpful links connecting you to local government, business organizations, tourism and the Department of Neighborhoods.
Explore each of the 12 distinct neighborhoods that make up Downtown, each offers an eclectic mix of the best of Downtown Seattle life.
The Metropolitan Improvement District conducts pedestrian counts each year during the important summer (August) and holiday (December) seasons.
The Research Library contains current and historical information and research about Downtown Seattle.
Our 2014 State of Downtown Economic Report is compiled using the most current available information from a variety of recognized sources.