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If you haven't been to a First Thursday in Pioneer Square in a while, this is one that you definitely don't want to miss. Art in the Park (Occidental Square Park, 11am - 8pm) As you walk through the many galleries in downtown Seattle and Pioneer Square,...

NEWS Pioneer Square Hotel seeks OK for annex (DJC subscription only) "A long-planned hotel project is back before the Pioneer Square Preservation Board after a two-year hiatus. The project involves adding a four-story annex to the Pioneer Square Hotel on Yesler Way. It would have 30 hotel...

I have to be honest -- when I initially saw this advertised, my first reaction was negative. Over the past 8 months, I have heard a lot of feedback from Pioneer Square residents that they are tired of church organizations and people with good intentions...

Guest Post by Don Blakeney Billed as a contemporary lifestyle clothing boutique, Deli comes to Pioneer Square amongst a wave of new extraordinary retailers.  Located on Yesler at the southern end of Western, Deli sneaks under the radar for travelers taking in the sites or visitors...

1.  1 in 4 Seattle residents named downtown as the number one neighborhood where they don’t feel safe. Nearly 40% of downtown residents worry about going out in the evenings because of that same fear. Surprise! Many of you probably thought it would be Pioneer Square,...

The above image is a rendering of one of the eight viaduct/central waterfront scenarios released by WSDOT in 2008 There was an article in the DJC regarding waterfront plans last Friday that discusses the city's desire to speed up the process of redesigning the waterfront. "If all...