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That's what developer Urban Visions's CEO, Greg Smith is proposing (on DJC - subscription only), as we are going to lose more and more parking spots due to viaduct construction and changes: Urban Visions is studying the parking idea with the team that's working on its...

Did anyone see the brass instruments, umbrellas, and revelers in Pioneer Square last Friday night? They started outside of Marcela's Creole Restaurant, and headed up 2nd Avenue (going who knows where). Just another reason why I love this neighborhood: p.s. you can follow other Pioneer Square photos that...

Seattle gets $900,000 federal grant for streetcar planning (Seattle Times) Officials are weighing whether the best route would take Fourth and Fifth avenues to favor commuters, or First Avenue to favor visitors and Pioneer Square merchants. (we want 1st Ave!) Commuters' viaduct questions still rolling in (Seattle...

Isilon, a "big data company," recently opened their headquarters in Pioneer Square. In a press conference on Wednesday, co-founder Sujal Patel said "he’s excited to be in Pioneer Square because the neighborhood has the energy the company looks for in new staffers. People want to be in...

Alaskan Way Viaduct Closure: The Washington State Department of Transportation will close the majority of the Alaskan Way Viaduct from 7:30 p.m. Friday, October 21 to 5 a.m. Monday, October 31. Travelers should expect congestion on alternative north-south routes as more than 80,000 vehicle trips...