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The website is now up for a new mixed-use project in the heart of Pioneer Square. This exciting project features retail, residential, office, and even some parking (rare for our neighborhood): According to their website, here are some key features: 130,000 SF of Class A office space...

The Ride Free Area for transit in downtown Seattle is scheduled to be eliminated on Sept. 29 of this year. King County Metro Transit is working with other transit agencies and the city of Seattle on an implementation plan to address operational changes for buses...

If you’ve graciously (or not so graciously) put up with the ruckus from the infamous Pioneer Square pile driver these last couple of months, you’ll be thrilled to know that the ruckus will not only conclude on Friday but will end with a bang! As a...

Public potty breaks in Pioneer Square out of control, neighbors say (King5) People living and working in Seattle's Pioneer Square are increasingly concerned about a rising tide of public urination and defecation. Pioneer Square has a ‘potty problem’ (PI - Big Blog) Note to everyone down there...

The Seattle PI reports today that there was an auction held for the Smith Tower (whose owners recently defaulted on their loan with the building), and that no one actually decided to bid on the property, even though it seems there was a lot of...

Nord Alley welcomes a pioneer in business, Back Alley Bike Repair which opened February 14th in time to service bicycles in preparation for the annual Chilly Hilly Ride around Bainbridge Island. Owned by Benjamin Rainbow, Back Alley Bike Repair (BABR) offers non-intimidating customer service-oriented expertise...