|Questions for James Corner, James Corner Field Operations Principal|
March 15, 2013 Puget Sound Business Journal
New York City-based James Corner Field Operations is designing Seattle's new waterfront.
|Seattle's Stramp: a swirling confection could finally link the Market and the waterfront|
February 25, 2013 Crosscut
A rich, multi-party plan proposes a new "front porch" for Seattle. Sloping ramps, rooftop gardens, broad terraces, new stalls, cafes and housing -- and some killer views of Elliott Bay.
|Major Seattle waterfront projects see flurry of activity|
February 1, 2013 Puget Sound Business Journal
Planners are hammering out the details of a handful of ambitious projects that will drastically alter downtown Seattle's waterfront.
|Market, waterfront link seen in terrace proposal|
January 4, 2013 The Seattle Times
Advocates for the Pike Place Market say they want to redevelop the Market's parking lot off Western Avenue into a mix of small retail shops and stalls, and the start of a grand downhill walkway to the Seattle Aquarium.
|The Seattle waterfront: Our new front porch|
December 28, 2012 Crosscut
When the viaduct comes down, Seattle will have a blank slate of high-value, big view public space. Can we make it our own?
|Design Perspectives: Overlook Walk: grand boulevard between city and shore|
December 19, 2012 Daily Journal of Commerce
Whether the waterfront comes to the market, or the market comes to the waterfront, it will be via the Overlook Walk.
|Engineering Projects Will Transform Seattle, All Along the Waterfront|
December 4, 2012 The New York Times
Now, a ballet of giant, tightly coordinated engineering works - $4.5 billion worth of building up, tearing down and digging under on the water's edge - is about to change the city's storied old coast all over again starting next year.
|Seattle waterfront model on view at central library|
November 19, 2012 The Seattle Times
14-foot model now at Seattle Central Library gives hint of what the city's future waterfront will be like.
|Horticultural respite on New York's High Line|
October 19, 2012 The Seattle Times
The success of the High Line bodes well for Seattle's waterfront, which is also being designed by James Corner Field Operations.
|Escape to Elliott Bay|
October 15, 2012 Daily Journal of Commerce
On Friday, the West Thomas Street Pedestrian and Bicycle Overpass opened! Based upon a visit Sunday morning, it already seems popular.