Tag: Pioneer Square
The Seattle City Council voted yesterday to renew the Metropolitan Improvement District (MID) in Downtown Seattle for another 10 years, expanding the MID’s service area from 225 to 285 square blocks with the addition of the Belltown neighborhood and several added blocks in Pioneer Square. The MID provides a broad range [More]
Posted: May 7th, 2013 under Bottom Line.
Tags: Belltown, Downtown Seattle Association, metropolitan improvment district, Pioneer Square, Seattle, Seattle City Council, waterfront
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
Today, a total of 19 businesses in Pioneer Square will be offering unique deals to customers as part of an initiative to support local neighborhoods and their small businesses. The event is occurring in conjunction with First Thursday and offers unique deals for participants, which can be redeemed by printing and presenting your Only in Seattle coupon! [More]
Posted: December 6th, 2012 under Uncategorized.
Tags: business, event, first thursday, holiday, Only in Seattle, Pioneer Square, Shopping
Now in its fourth year, the annual Holidays in Seattle campaign – geared toward helping promote downtown Seattle as an outstanding destination for holiday travel – offers an exciting assortment of holiday happenings from Pioneer Square to Seattle Center. The holiday season begins this November with seasonal favorites like the DSA Holiday Carousel [More]
Posted: November 16th, 2012 under Uncategorized.
Tags: activities, Christmas, Convention and Visitor Bureau, Downtown Seattle Association, events, Geoteaming, goosechase, holidays, holidays in seattle, Pioneer Square, seattle center, winterfest
In a continued effort to encourage discovery and exploration of new neighborhoods and businesses in Seattle, Mayor Mike McGinn announced the addition of Pioneer Square to the 2012 Only in Seattle Campaign and reveals Belltown as the next host of Seattle Sundays. [More]
Posted: August 17th, 2012 under Bottom Line.
Tags: Belltown, Mayor Mike McGinn, Only in Seattle, Pioneer Square
In a continued effort to encourage discovery and exploration of new neighborhoods and businesses in Seattle, Mayor Mike McGinn announced both the addition of three new neighborhoods to be featured in the 2012 Only in Seattle Campaign, and the launch of Only in Seattle Sundays - a special once-a-month neighborhood discount day. [More]
Posted: July 17th, 2012 under Bottom Line.
Tags: 2012, Fremont, Mayor McGinn, Only in Seattle, Pioneer Square, Wallingford
Kiplinger has named Seattle one of the 10 best cities of the decade. With Seattle being home to some of the most influential companies—Microsoft, Costco, Amazon, Starbucks— and our regions knack for turning the impossible into possible, the city is at the cutting edge of innovation. [More]
Posted: April 18th, 2012 under Bottom Line.
Tags: costco, International District, kiplinger, Microsoft, Pioneer Square, Seattle, SODO, Starbucks
How to be lazy, productive, and successful; Greg Smith's big plans; Shares of Zillow jump as revenue more than doubles. [More]
Posted: February 21st, 2012 under Bottom Line.
Tags: Daily Journal of Commerce, development, Geek Wire, Greg Smith, high rise, Lazy, Pioneer Square, revenue, Seattle, Successful, Urban Visions, Zillow
Pioneer Square is Seattle’s first and oldest neighborhood. It’s a thriving center of our city, with innovative businesses, popular restaurants, an active nightlife, and a home to many. [More]
Posted: January 27th, 2012 under Bottom Line.
Tags: Artist Space, assistance, Broadband, business, North Lot, Only in Seattle, Pioneer Square, Revitalization, streetcar
Historic Pioneer Square is proving to have an ideal mix of available space, culture, and access to transportation and parking, providing a prime location for employees and businesses to work, grow and live.
Posted: November 18th, 2011 under Bottom Line.
Tags: Blue Nile Inc., business expansion, City of Seattle, Disovery Gay Games, Emc Isilon, fiber-optics, HTC Corp., Jones Soda, Onehub, Pioneer Square, Pioneer Square revitalization, Sharebuilder Inc., tech, Zynga Inc.