Category Archives Pioneer Square Neighborhood

  Great things are happening in Pioneer Square, yet there is still a lot of work to do! Be part of the solution and join us on Saturday, May 17 for the annual Pioneer Square Spring Clean. Goodman Real Estate's Pioneer Square properties, led by the Smith Tower, will be taking part in this year's Spring Clean. We're happy to…

Looking for cheap and easy parking in Pioneer Square for your employees and customers? With major construction projects in the works, on-street parking has become increasingly scarce. That's why The Alliance for Pioneer Square is working closing with state and city transportation agencies to find parking solutions for your visitors. Here's how you can get involved: Get familiar with parking…

State budget cuts to transportation funding have prompted a ballot measure to consider future funding for King County Metro Transit, as the only avenue remaining to preserve bus service. If you or your office mates use the bus, Rapid Ride or other Metro service to get around town, now would be a good time to do your homework and be…

Anyone commuting by ferry, or working in the Financial District or Pioneer Square, is going to love this! Top Pot Hand-Forged Doughnuts will be opening early spring of 2014 on the second level of The Post, a new luxury apartment building located across Post Alley from the Colman Building. ┬áThe shop will open onto the pedestrian overpass, which links the…

Standing here at the beginning of 2014, we are tempted to look down and wonder where Bertha, our SR 99 tunnel boring machine, is. Is she making progress? Is she stuck (again)? We suggest it's time to start looking up and looking toward the future, because this giant project is not just about the tunnel, but about reshaping Seattle and…

Want to know more about Boring Bertha, the tunnel, or what will happen with the Alaskan Way Viaduct? Visit your Smith Tower neighbor Milepost 31, an award-winning information center highlighting the culture that shaped Pioneer Square. Get an insider's look at the SR 99 Tunnel Project and more. A combination of history, artifacts, interactive exhibits and a well-informed staff can…

For years, many of us have parked by ear. That's not such good idea! Now, thanks to the City of Seattle, we can park by phone, a much better idea. Better yet, forget the PHONE part and use Pay by Phone to Park by App on your Smartphone! Here's information from the City of Seattle on how Pay by Phone…

Sometimes great things come in small packages. This is one of them. Cafe Bengodi in Pioneer Square has an authentic Manhattan Little Italy vibe. Small. Sometimes crazy. And a very tasty menu attracts a crowd of regulars as well as Pioneer Square tourists. Pastas, risotto, veal, salads and some great inexpensive Italian red wines. 700 1st Ave (between Cherry St…

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