Alleys

Stop the insanity now!

A recently released UW/SDOT study (click here for full report) confirms the inadequacies of Seattle's 100 year old downtown alleys. Why does the City continue to allow irreversible disastrous decisions with generational adverse impacts in Downtown Seattle? There can only be one answer.…The city sees a way out of their budget problems, and the developers are more than willing to accommodate them.

Stop the insanity now!

More gridlock ahead: Seattle’s 100-year-old alleys were not built for mega-towers.

Density done right could alleviate traffic congestion, but no one is considering the cumulative impact of spiked demand for access and service in alleys from a new round of mega-towers in downtown Seattle.

More gridlock ahead: Seattle’s 100-year-old alleys were not built for mega-towers.

5th & Virginia project delayed after Hearing Examiner rules on Escala Appeal

A ruling by City of Seattle Hearing Examiner Ryan Vancil to remand the 5th & Virginia project on daylight and health and require additional work on their dock management plan will further delay the start of construction.

5th & Virginia project delayed after Hearing Examiner rules on Escala Appeal

Why we had to appeal the SEPA Determination of DNS on MHA/HALA

We do not believe it is in the best interests of Seattle and its residents to rush to bolster the Mayor's reelection campaign by ignoring serious environmental impacts and passing HALA without the proper protections for its residents.

Why we had to appeal the SEPA Determination of DNS on MHA/HALA