AT THE CENTER OF THE NEW SEATTLE
With incredible retail and walk scores.
Seattle is undergoing a complete urban renewal with the demolition of the HWY 99 viaduct. For the first time in over 70 years, the city will be connected to the waterfront. The Net is perfectly positioned to take advantage of this connection to the new Seattle waterfront. Marion Street will become one of two main corridors to access pedestrian overpasses to the promenade and the ferry docks.
- A widened Marion Street pedestrian bridge between Alaskan Way and Western Avenue will better connect the large volume of travelers who commute via ferry from Colman Dock to downtown.
- A landscaped promenade will extend north-south along the waterfront from Pine Street to Pioneer Square, providing space for recreation, as well as landscaping that manages stormwater and showcases native plants.
- Waterfront Park will be redesigned to improve access, safety, and flexibility, while offering expansive views of Elliott Bay and the Olympic Mountains.