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Which Seattle neighborhood has the highest number of people and jobs within a 10 minute walk of a frequent transit station? Join us on May 3 to learn the answer and why it's important to your neighborhood's future. Thursday, May 3, 2012 5:30 – 8:00 p.m. City Hall...

As posted on the SPD Blotter: The Seattle Police Department needs the public’s help in finding the person who indiscriminately opened fire in Pioneer Square Sunday morning, seriously wounding 21-year-old Nicole Westbrook. Westbrook and her boyfriend were walking home from a comedy club after 2 am on...

Why Pioneer Square is a better fit for the Creative Economy than South Lake Union (Crosscut) A real estate expert explains how these old work districts fit the needs of new creative workers better than the sleek tech zones such as South Lake Union. One reason:...

Stamen Design overlaid watercolor textures onto "open street map tiles," showing us what our neighborhood could look like if it were painted by a local artist: (it's worth it to click on the images to view them larger) I could already picture a print of this up...

You are invited to the Q2 (second quarter) Pioneer Square Tech Social! As part of our neighborhood's emerging tech startup scene, you are integral to making Pioneer Square a bustling hot spot on the Seattle map. Come celebrate with us and meet some new colleagues! ...