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Guest Post by Kate Howe, Urban Planner for VIA Architecture [Editor's Note: Pioneer Square was featured in a lot of the presentation, which is great news. A copy of the presentation, which features a streetcar coming down 1st avenue next to J&M Cafe, should be posted...

[The following is a letter from PSCA -- if you want to get involved and help Pioneer Square have a better future, please follow one of the action items listed at the bottom. It will take 10 minutes at the most and will be a...

If this is the first time you're seeing this, you're probably too late. But it's still exciting and the awards will be announced next Thursday at the First Thursday Alley Party (which is always a blast) in Nord Alley, Pioneer Square. The competition: Seattleā€™s alleys offer intimate,...

NEWS Seattle's downtown retail core needs 'new spark' (Seattle Times) Interesting article on the state of downtown's retail and prospects for the future. "With the total number of places to shop in the retail core down 10 percent last year, what it now needs are property owners...

If you're wondering what reason this might be (because there are so many I could list: reference), it's because of all of the boundaries we have in our neighborhood. I'm sure that most of you that just have one boundary are feeling pretty jealous right...