A New Apartment Building Will Bring Big Changes

 

 

The opening of a new mix-use apartment building at 1823 Eastlake Ave will set in motion some major improvements to the neighborhood’s housing, public art, and walkability.

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Upcoming events of interest to Eastlakers include two this week downtown at Town Hall

The Eastlake Community Council alerts you to the following events and public comment opportunities. Background about ECC and how to get involved can be found on the ECC web site and also in the winter Eastlake News, which is on-line by clicking here.  

Recently retired City Councilmember (and friend of Eastlake) Nick Licata […]

The Center for Wooden Boats Groundbreaking for the Wagner Education Center Seattle, WA –

The Center for Wooden Boats (CWB) will hold a groundbreaking ceremony for the Wagner Education Center.

Date:            Tuesday, January 19

Time:            10:00 am

Place:           The Center for Wooden Boats

                     1010 Valley Street

                     Seattle, WA  98109

Presenters:  King County Executive Dow Constantine

                     Dick Wagner, founder, The Center for Wooden Boats

This ceremony […]

Seattle Boat Show Drops Anchor January 29

Lineup of fun includes wine and beer tastings, chowder contest, 3D street artist, free boat rides and tons of kids activities

SEATTLE – From stand up paddleboards to superyachts and everything in between, there’s lots to take in at the Seattle Boat Show (Indoors +Afloat). The 2016 show drops anchor on Friday Jan. 29 […]

South Lake Union Streetcar begins three months of midday shutdown

SEATTLE —

On the first day of the midday shutdown of Seattle’s South Lake Union Streetcar, Brian Murphy walked to lunch instead of catching a ride.

“It’s frustrating. It limits our areas where we can actually eat lunch,” Murphy said.

He usually takes the streetcar every day, which is something fewer people are […]