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What to expect between Pike and Bell streets:

  • Daytime work 7 AM to 5 PM, Monday through Friday; follow posted signs and signals for safe access through construction zones.
  • Daytime work 7 AM to 7 PM, Monday through Friday at Pier 63, may cause some increased noise and vibration.
  • Pedestrian access to the Pike Place Market garage is maintained via western entrance on level 2, follow delineated path through the work zone.
  • Pike Place Market Elevator Project continues. See other area projects below for more information.
  • Closure and removal of the temporary overlook on southwest corner of the MarketFront starting as early as Monday, November 28.
  • Lenora Street Pedestrian Bridge and elevator closed until it is connected to the new elevated roadway.
  • Lane closure and pedestrian detours on east side of Elliott Ave between Lenora and Bell streets.
  • Bell St between Western and Elliott avenues closed, local access maintained.
  • Western Ave between Blanchard and Bell streets reduced to one lane and sidewalk closed on west side.

Other Area Projects: 

  • Pike Place Market Elevator Project: Typical work hours are Monday through Friday, 7 AM to 3 PM. Pedestrian access will be provided at the new Alaskan Way pedestrian entry to the garage while elevator decommissioning occurs, follow posted signs for access. The Pike Place Market garage will remain open during construction and will always have elevators available during garage operating hours. More information can be found on the Market’s blog. For questions about access at Pike Place Market or questions about the elevator and stairs project, please email info@PikePlaceMarket.org.
  • Seattle Aquarium Ocean Pavilion Project construction continues: Work hours Monday through Friday from 7 AM to 5:30 PM. Weekend work on Saturday, November 19 7 AM to 5:30 PM. Alaskan Way reduced to one lane in each direction between Pike and Pine streets. If you have any questions, contact the Aquarium at 206.386.4345 or visit their website.

Construction Photos


Alaskan Way Construction 

Waterfront Seattle expanded its work area north of Pike Street in the footprint of the former viaduct to begin construction of the new Elliott Way. This road over the railroad tracks and carved into the hillside will be a key connection between Alaskan Way and Belltown. Activities include establishing the work zone, mobilizing equipment, locating utilities, and removing asphalt and landscaping. View our construction flyer for details on work happening north of Pike Street.

Overlook Walk Construction 

Construction of the Overlook Walk started in June 2022 within the existing work zone adjacent to the Pike Place Market’s MarketFront and west of the existing parking garage. This elevated, pedestrian-focused space is a unique element of the Waterfront Seattle Program as it creates a completely new east-west connection that links Pike Place Market to the waterfront, providing access without ever having to cross the new Alaskan Way travel lanes.

Pier 58 Construction

Construction of Pier 58 started in September 2022. The new pier will provide a space for people to gather, including a tree grove and elevated lawn, and a new playground.

Pier 63 Construction

Pier 63 removal began in September 2022. This project will continue improving nearshore habitat for salmon and other marine life.