• New Seattle seawall to filter, treat storm water

    The Seattle seawall replacement project will be welcome relief to Puget Sound. The Seattle Transportation Department (SDOT) built a new storm water treatment system into the plans for the new seawall.

    10/2/2014 | King 5
  • Season Two of Seawall Construction Begins Today

    Marking the beginning of its second season of construction, the Elliott Bay Seawall Project resumed work along the central waterfront today. Scheduled during the tourism off-season to help waterfront businesses, the work is now underway between Pike and Madison streets is scheduled to be complete by June 30, 2015. Construction will continue in the work zone south of Yesler Way.

    10/1/2014 | SDOT Blog
  • The Waterfront: Open for Business, Music, and Fun

    Contrary to what you might have heard, the waterfront is not going to close entirely now that construction on the new sea wall is underway. A number of businesses will still be open, and they are going to need your help to stay in business. This Saturday’s New Waterfront Festival will look to increase awareness about the state of affairs on Alaskan Way, and encourage people to continue visiting and supporting the area.

    9/30/2014 | Seattle Weekly
  • Seattle Waves Tourists Goodbye, Returns To Building Seawall

    Season 2 of Seattle’s waterfront development project starts Wednesday. It includes work from Colman Dock to the Aquarium, and holes in the ground already show the concrete face of the 1930s-era seawall, soon to be demolished.

    9/29/2014 | KUOW
  • Seattle scaling back big waterfront plans

    Presentation documents from Waterfront Seattle highlight new plans to save approximately $168 million by putting off building a pool barge, an overlook and a connector between two streets, and delaying full replacement of Pier 62/63.

    9/29/2014 | KIRO TV