ONLINE OPEN HOUSE - October 3 - 24, 2017
We've heard your ideas on how to better activate the core of Pike and Pine - what already works, and the desire to see that expanded.
1ST - 4TH
"More transparent storefronts and businesses with extended retail hours would help make the area feel safer for me."
4TH - 7TH
"Pedestrian scale storefronts are most important."
7TH - MELROSE
"I like the idea of movable furniture that could be a bright, iconic piece."
In 2016, Downtown Seattle Association (DSA) and its partners entered into a five-year agreement with the City of Seattle to manage and program Westlake and Occidental parks. This public/nonprofit collaboration established a new model for activating and managing urban public spaces in Seattle.
DSA will build on these successes, making improvements along the corridor to ensure that Pike and Pine streets are safe and welcoming to all.
- Staffing and visitor services
- Out-to-lunch concerts
- Food trucks and seating
- Art installations
- Clean and safe support
- Games, karaoke, holiday markets and more