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The PI posted an article yesterday about the State Liquor Board's decision to reject McGinn's proposal to extend bar hours past 2am: Seattle Mayor Mike McGinn and other city officials had hoped to make last call later, arguing that law enforcement is burdened by a mass...

Edgy Stadium Place tower scores with Pioneer Square board (Seattle Times) The city board charged with safeguarding the character of historic Pioneer Square on Wednesday unanimously approved the decidedly untraditional design of a proposed 25-story apartment tower just north of CenturyLink Field. Pioneer Square tower plan: Jenga...

Just an fyi that I won't have any blog posts this week as I am unexpectedly stuck in Portland until Friday. See you next week! Thanks, Jen...

DJC has an article today regarding the shoring up that is happening on 619 Western: The 112-year-old, six-story warehouse at 619 Western Ave. is fragile, said project architect Ron Wright of Ron Wright & Associates. It will receive structural and seismic improvements, followed by a renovation...

[From the Alliance]: Please join us for the 2012 Pioneer Square Spring Clean! We need your help getting the neighborhood in shape for the summer! This year we will be tacking the following projects: ·         1st Ave S Median Maintenance (extended from Cherry to Railroad Way) ·        ...

The Seattle Times wrote an article a few weeks ago about the artists of Seattle, specifically featuring the artists in Pioneer Square's now-closed 619 building: The eviction spurred a slow-moving exodus of artists, designers, craftspeople and other creative professionals in need of low-rent space to do...