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I've heard that the current owners of the Smith Tower are hoping to convert the building to apartments, so they're raising rents to get rid of their office tenants. I've also heard that it's not possible to turn them into apartments, and the Smith Tower is...

This is a reminder that Thrill the World is coming back to Occidental Square Park this Saturday at 4pm. Over 600 dancers will meet up in the park to participate in Michael Jackson's thriller dance.  This is definitely a site to see so don't miss it. For...

On the third Thursday of each month, WSDOT and SDOT, in cooperation with the Alliance for Pioneer Square, host a public meeting to discuss plans to replace the seismically vulnerable Alaskan Way Viaduct and seawall. The meetings provide project information, and give neighbors an opportunity...

IMAGE OF THE WEEK (image credit: hweeeeeee) NEWS I-1107: Soda tax has its sour note for a low-sugar maker (Crosscut) DRY Soda, which has offices in Pioneer Square, grew out of a quest for a non-alcoholic drink that would be worthy of pairing with fine food. But the low-sugar...

I loved it. I loved this and this and these, and so many more. The parks department really devotes a lot of time to providing great activities for the city and is more than willing to work with individuals who want to kick off their own activity....