Pioneer Square Residents' Council | Blog
34
paged,page-template,page-template-blog-masonry,page-template-blog-masonry-php,page,page-id-34,paged-132,page-paged-132,ajax_fade,page_not_loaded,,qode-theme-ver-10.1.2,wpb-js-composer js-comp-ver-5.1,vc_responsive

Blog

But how do you pronounce Delicatus? I'm so glad that you were wondering -- per their website, it's pronounced "del-i-kot-uhs." Though I hope that it doesn't become like La Quinta. I worked there for a while and I can't tell you how annoying it was when...

The monthly Revitalization Committee was last Friday, where the committee discussed the current draft of the Pioneer Square Economic Development Plan. Here are the five main goals of the plan: Engage Businesses and Support Business Growth Improve Public Safety and Civility Improve the Built Environment in the Square Marketing, Branding,...

If you have walked around Pioneer Square lately, you will see some small, but positive things have been happening in the neighborhood. The Pioneer Square Community-funded Mural was just finished last week by local artist, Jeff Jacobson, who "worked closely with the Seattle preservation board and...

Pioneer Square was full of activity last week -- and most of it was positive. Events full of people, announcements of fantastic new businesses moving in, and moving forward with the Revitalization Committee. Check it out: NEWS The curse of the 'Sinking Ship' (Seattle Times) Great article about...

You should be embarrassed if you're reading this because you saw the "what you missed" part in the title and you thought "what DID I miss?" But just in case you have a good excuse, here are some photos from First Thursday in Pioneer Square: The...