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Business & Community Development Update: August 2015

As summer winds down, businesses are ramping up to begin build-outs for their spaces. Flatstick Pub is bringing an indoor mini golf course with a fabulous selection of locally-sourced beers to the basement of the Pacific Commercial Building (aka Furuya Building) at 2nd Ave S & S Main St. Gary Manuel Salon is moving from Belltown to Pioneer Square! They’ve leased the long-vacant space at 2nd Ave & James St in the Collins Building. They plan to open in early 2016. The Estate Wine Room will bring a collection of fine Washington wines to their tasting room at 307 Occidental […]

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New Neighborhood Banners & Visitor Guides

New Neighborhood Banners & Visitor Guides Have you seen the new neighborhood banners? It’s been a few years since Pioneer Square has updated its lamppost banners and look how they pop! Our banners let visitors know they are cruising through Seattle’s Original ‘hood since 1852, Pioneer Square. Also, be on lookout for our freshly printed neighborhood visitor guide. It boasts an incredible business roster of Pioneer Square and provides a map by categories like restaurants, retail, attractions and more! If you’re interested in grabbing some visitor guides for your guests and office please email  info@pioneersquare.org and someone will swing a […]

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Public Safety Survey & Street Civility in Pioneer Square

Public Safety Survey & Street Civility in Pioneer Square

Public Safety & Street Civility in Pioneer Square On Tuesday August 11th, 2015 we conducted a Public Safety Open House to continue the conversation about public safety and street civility in Pioneer Square. We had a great turnout, but the conversation didn’t stop there! We also created a brief online survey which closed August 21st to hear more opinions on how to make a safer Pioneer Square. On behalf of the Alliance for Pioneer Square, the Pioneer Square BIA, and the Pioneer Square Residents Council we thank you for sharing your concerns and ideas. Your input was vitally important and will be key in developing […]

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Send Pioneer Square Visitors to DowntownSeattleParking.com

Send Pioneer Square Visitors to DowntownSeattleParking.com

Do your customers, clients, or vendors visit your business in Pioneer Square? You can help neighborhood visitors find low-rate parking by spreading the word about DowntownSeattleParking.com. The Alliance for Pioneer Square is partnering with WSDOT, the City of Seattle, Downtown Seattle Association and nearby parking garages to offer parking spaces for just $3/hour, up to four hours. In Pioneer Square – Stadium Place Garage, First & Columbia and the Butler Garage are all part of the affordable parking program. This means cheap and available parking is plentiful within a few blocks of your destination. You can help by posting a […]

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Pushing for a more accessible Pioneer Square

Pushing for a more accessible Pioneer Square

Pushing for a more accessible Pioneer Square In January, the Alliance reported on the new Jackson Street sidewalk repair, a community-led effort to repair one of the most traveled entries into Pioneer Square. This effort was a result of the International Sustainability Institute’s Active Streets Report. The report listed over 40 inaccessible spots in the neighborhood, one of which was the Jackson Street sidewalk. While we are chipping away at improvements, many more repairs are necessary to link transit and destinations for everyone. Since that time, we learned of a Seattleite working diligently to make Pioneer Square accessible. Frustrated by […]

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Join the Discussion on the Transportation Levy #MoveSeattle

Join the Discussion on the Transportation Levy #MoveSeattle

Let your Voice be Heard In March 2015, Mayor Ed Murray introduced a proposal for a nine-year, $900 million levy to replace the existing Bridging the Gap levy that expires at the end of 2015.   The transportation levy to Move Seattle proposal focuses on taking care of the basics, maintaining our streets, bridges, and sidewalks, while also investing in the future with improvements that give us more transportation choices to move more people and goods in and around our growing city.   Prior to finalizing the proposal, the City is encouraging the public to provide input and be a part of shaping Seattle’s […]

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Business and Community Update – April 2015

The late-and-breaking news about what’s happening in the neighborhood.… NOW OPEN! If you haven’t visited The Faerie Queene at 90 Yesler Way for lunch or happy hour yet – and to meet owner, Una Kim – you should remedy that soon. Oysters, clams, cioppino, and more. The NINETY, the new culture hub and gathering place for soccer fans, will celebrate its opening at 406 Occidental Ave S with a ribbon cutting and open house on Thursday, April 9, 5-7:30. Come on down. This is going to be a blast. Arundel Books moved upstairs and is now settled in their new […]

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Working Toward a More Accessible Pioneer Square

In January, the Alliance reported on the new Jackson Street sidewalk repair, a community-led effort to repair one of the most traveled entries into Pioneer Square. This effort was a result of the International Sustainability Institute’s Active Streets Report. The report listed over 40 inaccessible spots in the neighborhood, one of which was the Jackson Street sidewalk. While we are chipping away at improvements, many more repairs are necessary to link transit and destinations for everyone. Since that time, we learned of a Seattleite working diligently to make Pioneer Square accessible. Frustrated by watching the struggles of others as they […]

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Business & Community Development Update- March 2015

The energy in the neighborhood is palpable, a great feeling as spring unfolds in Pioneer Square. The reasons are many: • Intrigue Chocolate Co. has signed the lease on the new retail space just east of the intersection of Jackson and Occidental. Owners Aaron Barthel and Karl Mueller currently operate from a small kitchen down Washington street west of 1st avenue on the second floor of a historic building. Despite being a bit tricky to find, their walk-in traffic has grown to exceed the small shop’s capacity. A dedicated street-level shop will give them more room for their conversational-style retail […]

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Interurban Building Installs New Alley Lighting

Next time you pass by the alley next to Tat’s Delicatessen off Yesler, look up at the new alley light fixtures on the Interurban Building. These new attractive lights replace the standard wall packs.  Grant Wojahn, Quote Wizard and Pioneer Square BIA Board, headed up the project to make the alley a safe and pleasant route. Grant took on everything from applying to the Pioneer Square Preservation Board, negotiating with the building owner on permission and costs, and managing the contractor. The project also involved cleaning up old unused wires and conduit on the building façade. The project drew inspiration […]

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Phone: (206) 667-0687
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