About the project
Overlook Walk is a public pathway connecting the waterfront to Pike Place Market and Seattle's urban core. It will span from the Market's new MarketFront expansion over the rebuilt Alaskan Way below, providing elevated views of Elliott Bay and the city skyline, a safe and accessible connection, and new public spaces to relax and enjoy.
Overlook Walk is at the center of improvements from Pier 62/63 up to Pike Place Market and east along to Seattle’s urban core, including Pike and Pine streets. The future public walkway enhances the existing web of connections through and near the Market. It is designed for all ages and abilities, with gradual slopes, new elevators and places to linger along the walk.
The Office of the Waterfront held a public open house on July 20, 2017 to hear from the community about ideas on the Overlook Walk design.
Thursday, July 20, 2017, 6 – 8 PM
MarketFront Pavilion, 1901 Western Ave
We also invited the public to share feedback online about the Overlook Walk from July 26 through August 13, 2017.
July 20, 2017 open house summary - October 2017
Open house display boards - July 2017
- Welcome and Waterfront Program overview [PDF, 9.6 MB]
- Overlook Walk boards [PDF, 22 MB]
- Pier 62/63 boards [PDF, 2.6 MB]
- Pike Pine Renaissance: Act One boards [PDF, 22.6 MB]
Overlook Walk open house invitation – June 2017 [PDF, 1.5 MB]