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Jon Scholes, VP of Advocacy + Economic Dev't for the Downtown Seattle Association, asked this very question yesterday on citytank: In Pioneer Square, familiar arguments are being made against new density in the neighborhood, for fear it would erode the historic integrity of the...

Zulily is hosting their first-ever sample sale this Friday, March 25 from 8am – 1pm at 155 Main St.  They are moving into the space where the Pratt had their holiday sale (next to the former BofA) for one day only. They have a huge selection...

I didn't get this up as I planned on Friday, but it's never too late to try and make a difference. Yesterday was the first day of "Hunger Action Week:" Consider this shocking national statistic: one out of every six adults and nearly one out of...

IMAGE OF THE WEEK: From dnunez_za: NEWS Pioneer Square parking: Did city just put neighborhood at a disadvantage? (Crosscut) Pioneer Square is supposed to be recovering. Now comes the city to impose higher rates and longer hours for street parking. Merchants and residents are left to wonder whether this...

Join fellow business owners / employees at a mixer later today: What: Socializing + Happy Hour Where: FX McRory's Steak Chop + Oyster House When: Monday, March 21, 4pm - 6pm RSVP: lisa@pioneersquare.org ...

If it isn't obvious by now, this is a hot topic in the neighborhood. Crosscut has just posted an article titled: Pioneer Square parking: Did city just put neighborhood at a disadvantage? "(Derek) Shankland’s bigger issue is with extending the meter hours from 6 to 8 p.m....