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[caption id="attachment_5404" align="aligncenter" width="479"] Photograph Courtesy of White on Rice[/caption] by Courtney Crockett With heritage as its inspiration and an interest in fostering creativity and community, it's no surprise that E. Smith Mercantile is a great fit for Pioneer Square. Many of us in the neighborhood are already...

[caption id="attachment_5399" align="alignright" width="320"] Alaskan Way Viaduct at Railroad South[/caption] Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) released new information regarding settlement of the Alaskan Way Viaduct. Survey crews report that over the last month, the viaduct sunk 1/4 inch at South Main Street and Railroad Way...

by Courtney Crockett The building at 111 S Jackson will have new occupants. The building was built in 1904 and began as a lumber warehouse. It was later converted into office space during the 1980’s and housed previous tenants Microsoft and the architectural firm NBBJ. Many in...

by Courtney Crockett Two neighborhood organizations, Active Streets Strategy and Alley Network Project have been submitted to HUD’s Innovation of the Day competition. Pioneer Square is central to our regional transit system and has several roadway construction projects scheduled in the coming years. Active Streets Strategy works...

It has come to our attention that the neighborhood Post Office located at 91 South Jackson is scheduled to be closed soon. Businesses and residents will likely be redirected to already over burdened postal services in the International District and Downtown. This is a call to...

by Courtney Crockett If I didn’t live in the Square I would be entirely unaware that the Seattle Seahawks are playing this Super Bowl Sunday. But I do live here and have learned that a tremendous number of people will battle traffic in order to fit...