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Mayor Announces $2 Million Investment in Neighborhood Business Districts

Today Mayor Ed Murray joined neighborhood business district leaders and local business owners at in Seattle’s Ballard business district to announce a $2 million investment in 18 neighborhood business districts as part of the Only in Seattle Initiative. “This investment in neighborhood business districts is critical to our city,” said Mayor Ed Murray. “Healthy business […]

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OED Launches New On Board Othello Webpage

A new website highlighting the Othello neighborhood has been launched by Seattle’s Office of Economic Development.   On Board Othello is focused specifically on fostering strong and vibrant commercial growth in the Othello/Graham MLK corridor. Current organizations involved include: Artspace, HomeSight, MLK Business Association, Othello Park Alliance (OPA), Othello Station Community Advisory Team (OSCAT), Rainier […]

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Only in Seattle Information Sessions

A series of meetings will be hosted by the Office of Economic Development and Impact Capital to introduce new neighborhood business districts to the Only In Seattle Initiative and to update existing districts on the changes in 2014. The 2014 Request for Applications (RFA) will be released on October 1, 2013. Part of this series also includes two sessions that will focus on […]

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OED’S Daily Digest Three for the Week of December 10

  SEATTLE MET’S TOP 25 RESTAURANTS THAT CAPTURE THE SOUL OF SEATTLE SEATTLE MET Seattle is a city whose story can be told through its restaurants. From their banquettes to their timber ceilings, their fresh-daily oysters to their inspired microseasonal innovations, these 25 restaurants etch a portrait of Pacific Northwest values, passions, and quirky idiosyncrasies. […]

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Stockbox brings good food to where people live

On Sunday, Stockbox, the grocery store in a re-purposed storage container, ended its trial run of what two local business-school grads hope will be an answer to the national problem of “food deserts.”

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University of Washington says its annual economic impact is $9.1 billion

University of Washington says its annual economic impact is $9.1 billion; Mayor Mike McGinn proposes letting bars stay open later, or all night; and Washington ranked 15th top state for business by CNBC.

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“Job Sector Survey” now open to collect measurable data from King County employers

“Job Sector Survey” now open to collect measurable data from King County employers; King County home-lot sales on pace to more than double; and a look at what’s coming up for business.

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A local approach to solving problems with foreign aid

A local approach to solving problems with foreign aid; The Comet, on Capitol Hill, stars as Grassroots movie shoot continues; and Why higher postal rates are good for the economy, businesses, consumers, and environment.

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NOAA botched decision to move Seattle fleet to Oregon, audit finds

NOAA botched decision to move Seattle fleet to Oregon, audit finds; NDC partners with the City of Seattle and Seattle Steam on a $32 million investment; and Get ready for fireworks in Seattle and Bellevue.

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Seattle to host two NCAA Division I National Championships

Seattle to host two NCAA Division I National Championships; The Ave: It rises, falls, rises again; and Seattle LGBT Commission launches needs assessment survey for community.

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