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The Pioneer Square Neighborhood Plan presents a multifaceted vision that is supported by several Livable South Downtown Land Use recommendations. Key among the neighborhood’s interests are the following: Preservation of historic character Growth of a significant residential population Future development that knits-together the neighborhood and investments in public...

Clean & Green Seattle 2nd Annual Pioneer Square Spring Clean A program of the Pioneer Square Community Association with support from the City of Seattle DATE: Saturday, April 24, 2010 Time: 9am - 12pm WHERE: Pioneer Square Park (1st Ave & Yesler Way) It's no secret that Pioneer Square's public...

WSDOT has set up a website for Pioneer Square businesses and residents to get information regarding how the Viaduct and Seawall Replacement Programs will affect them over the next decade (or so). Here's a basic timeline of the construction that the Pioneer Square area will see...

NEWS Community capitalism still works (Seattle Times) A look at Washington CASH, soon to be a new Pioneer Square fixture with Ventures, their retail store. Check out this incredible company. 10 great ways to spend your tax refund (Seattle Times) #8 -- A Salumi's lunch date. I have yet...

Daniels Development Co recently did a great visual representation of ideas that could make King Street Station more functional and what the area could look like in 5 years. Artwork by Craig Thorpe Things to look for in the rendering: 2nd Ave Ext is removed and creates a...