What do you want to know about the waterfront?

It’s a bit of an understatement to say that Seattle’s central waterfront is undergoing some major changes.

Once the viaduct vanishes and the dust settles on a series of ambitious urban projects, we’ll be looking at a whole new gathering place in the heart of the city. That includes a redesigned pier park, upgrades to the Seattle Aquarium, and a new elevated walkway connecting Pike Place Market with the waterfront.

In the meantime, the central waterfront remains a bustling hub for shoppers and diners, office workers, and tourists. Our ongoing neighborhood spotlight features some of the people and places that have shaped the district over the decades — and looks ahead to the major changes that will reshape this area.

So we want to know, what questions do you have about exploring the waterfront? Submit your questions here, and check back in the newsletter for your opportunity to vote on which one we’ll report out and answer.

  • If your question is chosen, we will want to get in touch with you. Please provide a phone number if you prefer us to call or text.
  • Tell us what we should dive into for the last installment of our neighborhood spotlight series.
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By Caitlin Moran
Caitlin writes newsletters and stories for The Evergrey. She's worked as a journalist in and around Seattle since 2010 and is a proud resident of Capitol Hill's Summit Slope neighborhood.