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According to WSDOT's website, the Alaskan Way Viaduct replacement team is discussing "new north and south portal locations and a potential new route for the proposed bored tunnel." At the south end (in Pioneer Square),  the entrance to the tunnel could be moved a block west to Alaskan...

There has been a lot of press about Pioneer Square every since Elliott Bay Book Co's announcement that they're leaving the square. Just scroll through this blog and you'll find links to articles like "Can Pioneer Square be saved?" and "New boutiques buck recession with...

Update: Christmas Tree 1 is the winner! Congratulations to everyone for participating. Poll [polldaddy poll=2420934] Winner receives a coupon for 8 Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory apples of their choice (under $6.75/apple). Voting closes midnight Christmas Eve. Click here to see the original competition announcement. (p.s. there are people in...

On Wednesday afternoon, many stakeholders and Pioneer Square interest groups gathered together to listen to Donovan Rypkema's revaluation of the neighborhood. (to read more about the background of the Mayor's "Revitalization Committee," click here). He started out the presentation by stating that his recommendations for 2009...

When: Wednesday, December 16, 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. (today!) Where: Yesler Community Center (917 E Yesler Way) What: An open house where the city will “educate residents and businesses about potential routes and get feedback.” To see my previous post on this, click here. Lisa added this comment...