Waterfront Construction Map


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Between Pike and Virginia streets:

  • Daytime work 7 AM to 5:30 PM Monday through Friday.
  • Weekend work this Saturday, April 11 from 9 AM to 5 PM.
  • Majority of work will pause Thursday, April 9 and Friday, April 10, we will be onsite to maintain safety and security of the site.
  • Critical tidal work on the fire protection system under the pier will continue during two-day suspension.
  • Additional construction activities will resume Saturday, April 11.
  • Alaskan Way may be reduced to 1 lane southbound and 2 lanes northbound as needed on working days.
  • West side path is closed until Pier 62 construction is complete.

What to expect between Pike and Bell streets (in footprint of former viaduct)

  • Work will pause Thursday, April 9 and Friday, April 10, with only minor onsite maintenance and security personnel.
  • Daytime work 7 AM to 6 PM Monday through Friday next week.
  • No weekend work this weekend.
  • Silo installation, causing significant ground vibrations is complete for now, drilling, shaft installation and viaduct footing removal continues; work may be noisy at times.
  • Elevated walkway demolition of Lenora Street pedestrian will be complete next week.
  • Excavation and grading work for access roads continues.
  • Lenora Street pedestrian bridge and elevator closed until it is connected to the new Elliott Way. View our construction flyer for more information.


Alaskan Way Construction Moving North of Pike in December

As early as December 2, Waterfront Seattle will expand 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.

Pier 62 Rebuild

Construction to rebuild Pier 62 began in December 2017 and is anticipated to be completed in sping 2020. Visit the Pier 62 webpage to learn more about the project and what the completed pier will look like.

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