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Council Should Adopt Height Increases to Strengthen Pioneer Square (PubliCola) Op Ed by Anne Fennessy and myself: We believe preservationists and residents want the same outcome: protected, quality historic buildings, fewer vacant lots and deteriorating structures, and more people in the Square. The City Council should...

I'm taking a break from the Seattle weather and going on vacation for a week, so there will be no posts for a little while. Mahalo!...

NEWS Vacant Seattle storefronts being brought to life (PSBJ) Here’s a surprise: Despite the slow recovery in retailing, a slew of new boutiques have opened recently in Seattle’s Pioneer Square and International District, two neighborhoods hard hit by closures during the recession. Taller buildings for Pioneer Square (DJC...

Action Alert from DSA today: This coming Monday — April 18 — the City Council will make an important decision impacting the future of Pioneer Square, Chinatown and the International District. After four years of work — including 17 City Council meetings and dozens of public...

(alternate title: why I love Burgess and Bagshaw) City Council's committee on the Built Environment met yesterday to talk about a proposal to increase heights in Pioneer Square. Katie Zemsteff (DJC - subscription only) provided a good write-up from the meeting: Height limits in Pioneer Square are...