Mayor Mike McGinn joined staff from the Office of Economic Development and representatives from Seattle's neighborhood business districts to announce the City’s $1.6 million investment in 17 neighborhood business districts across the city. The investment was announced at Maya's Mexican Restaurant in Rainier Valley. Neighborhood business leaders from Ballard, Beacon Hill, Capitol Hill, Chinatown/ID, Columbia [More]
Posted: February 8th, 2013 under Bottom Line, Uncategorized.
Tags: Ballard, Beacon Hill, businesses, capitol hill, Chinatown, Columbia City, funding, Georgetown, grant, International District, mayor, Mayor McGinn, Neighborhoods, Only in Seattle, Pioneer Square, Rainier Beach, Rainier Valley, small business, South Park, university dsitrict, Wallingford
The Washington Filmworks production incentive project A Bit of Bad Luck recently wrapped principal photography after shooting 22 days in Seattle and Morton, Washington. This is one of 15 projects approved for funding assistance by Washington Filmworks. These 15 projects spent an estimated $10 million in Washington's economy in five months. "Our movie [More]
Posted: December 18th, 2012 under Uncategorized.
Tags: A bit of bad luck, film, funding, incentive, john fuhman, morton, Seattle, Washington, Washington Filmworks
The Neighborhood Projects Fund (NPF) is now taking applications for neighborhood-generated projects focused on park or street improvements. Applications are due February 1, 2012 at 5 p.m [More]
Posted: December 14th, 2011 under Bottom Line.
Tags: funding, improvements, infrastructure, Mayor Mike McGinn, neighborhood, parks
South Park businesses can celebrate the projected start date to construct the new South Park Bridge. [More]
Posted: March 15th, 2011 under Bottom Line.
Tags: bridge, funding, King County, South Park, South Park Bridge, TIGER II
Federal stimulus dollars are coming to the aid of local arts organizations struggling in the recession. The City of Seattle and 4Culture, King County’s cultural services agency, announced this week that they will receive $500,000 in federal stimulus funds to preserve nonprofit arts jobs in jeopardy or recently cut due to the economic downturn. [More]
Posted: July 8th, 2009 under Bottom Line.
Tags: art, funding, recovery, Seattle