Category Archives: Neighborhoods

Ice cream pop-up anyone?

Little pop-up shops are the hot new thing this summer… So how about some ice cream? Trinity Nightclub at 111 Yesler Way is making use of its prime Pioneer Square location by opening a pop-up ice cream stand at the … Continue reading

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Apply for Pop-up Parks PARK(ing) Day

Deadline is Friday, August 5th!  SEATTLE — Seattle Department of Transportation is accepting applications until August 5 to turn on-street parking spaces into pop-up parks and street projects for the PARK(ing) Day Plus+ event in September. Residents, businesses, and organizations can … Continue reading

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Greater Downtown Keeps Going

Photo Credit Graphite Design Group Long ago it was clear that this greater Downtown Seattle boom was unlike any before. Six years after the first groundbreakings, the frenzy seems poised to keep going for a long while. Big companies and … Continue reading

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Report focuses on changing retail landscape

Photo courtesy of CallisonRTKL Design firm CallisonRTKL released a report on the Mall of the Future, a consolidation of ideas, trends and concepts that it said are set to change the retail landscape and the shopping center experience in the … Continue reading

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D.C. project that houses homeless wins AIA award

Affordable housing has gotten a lot of press lately in Seattle, so it’s interesting to see how other cities are addressing the issue. LEO A DALY and and its design partner Studio Twenty Seven Architecture were honored recently for a … Continue reading

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