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Changes are coming to Bell St and Waterfront Seattle wants to hear from you! 

Quick link: Visit the Bell Street project online open house to learn more and share your thoughts! Blog stats: 250 words | 2-minute read Waterfront Seattle is kicking off a design process for the Bell Street project, which supports the program’s goal to create more accessible and comfortable east-west connections…. [ Keep reading ]

Farewell, Pier 63, and welcome, salmon, and other fish!  

Over the last couple of months, the Office of the Waterfront & Civic Projects has been working to remove Pier 63, for good. To accomplish this, nearly 50,000 square feet of decking and 894 creosote-treated timber piles were removed! Spot the differences and color in Pier 63 on your own… [ Keep reading ]

Travel Advisory | Overnight lane reductions on Alaskan Way between Columbia and Madison streets begin September 19

We are happy to announce that the Waterfront Seattle Program team is reaching another exciting construction phase! Starting overnight on Monday, September 19, assembly of the falsework to support the new Marion St Bridge will be installed over Alaskan Way. This falsework, or temporary support structure, will allow for work… [ Keep reading ]

Changes coming to Alaskan Way with new southbound lanes set to open as soon as Monday, November 15

The Waterfront Seattle Program has been busy constructing the new Alaskan Way since late 2019, following the completion of the Alaskan Way Viaduct removal. Shifting traffic to the east between S King and Marion streets last December allowed Waterfront Seattle to construct new southbound lanes, along with new sidewalks and… [ Keep reading ]