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From the Downtown Seattle Association: A last-minute proposal under consideration by the Seattle City Council would significantly increase fees to develop commercial and residential projects in Downtown Seattle. One proposal would more than double the existing fees that developers pay in exchange for building to the...

Join us for for a compelling Beer & Culture focusing on The Promise of Urban Connectors in Pioneer Square  to discuss opportunities for new connection(s) to the waterfront and other urban design possibilities resulting from, or otherwise inspired by, the Waterfront Project. Topics include: Occidental at the...

I saw a crowd gathered on the corner of 2nd and Washington this morning, so curiosity got the best of me and I peered around the corner to see lights flashing. People were saying that someone had been shot, which was confirmed by a quick twitter...

What is the Pioneer Square Revitalization Committee? In 2009 and 2010, the Pioneer Square Revitalization Committee - a coalition of City of Seattle employees, members of the Pioneer Square business community, and Pioneer Square residents - met to identify strategies to reestablish the neighborhood's competiveness and...

From the Underground Tour team: Do you want to have some good, old-fashioned fun this St. Patrick’s Day? Then make your way to Pioneer Square for a special St. Patrick’s Day Underworld Tour on March 17. The Underworld Tour is an adults-only stroll through the old red-light...

Every month, I am posting more and more articles and announcements about new tech companies that are opening offices in Pioneer Square. Bryan Rush, a realtor at Colliers International, has created a detailed map that shows just how many are really down here: ...