Seattle Times front page: "Seattle's new seawall also a highway for fish"
February 25, 2015
The Seattle Times explores how the new seawall design will help juvenile salmon migrate to sea. Read the article
New video featuring local artist Norie Sato
February 18, 2015
Learn more about local artist Norie Sato, her connection to the waterfront and her vision for "moments of magic and wonder." Watch the video
Artist Cedric Bomford commissioned to design play area for waterfront
February 4, 2015
Artist Cedric Bomford will join a team of architects, planners and city designers to create play areas or equipment for the waterfront. Learn more
Waterfront Seattle is a multi-year program to rebuild Seattle’s waterfront following the removal of the Alaskan Way Viaduct. The Program spans the waterfront from Pioneer Square to Belltown and includes a rebuilt Elliott Bay Seawall, a new surface street providing access to and from downtown, and new parks, paths, and access to Elliott Bay. Waterfront Seattle is led by the City of Seattle's Office of the Waterfront, working closely with civic leaders, stakeholders and the broader Seattle public.