The Office of Economic Development’s Daily Digest is a daily resource for business people. Here are three of our most clicked through stories for the week of March 3.
SEATTLE’S TEN BEST UNDER-THE-RADAR BURGERS
To end the craving of an amazing burger, here are some under-the-radar hamburger gems that have not appeared on any of the latest “Seattle’s Best Burgers” lists. Golden Beetle in Ballard cooks up a mean Skagit river ranch beef burger with Greek-inspired toppings. Tin Hat in Phinney Ridge serves a tasty pork and fried veggie-topped burger. Head Downtown to the ART restaurant for the Ultimate Burger including a fried egg, herbed cheese, Kobe pastrami, and crab.
STOPPING EMPLOYEES FROM JUMPING SHIP IS EASIER THAN YOU THINK
PIKE PLACE MARKET REVEALS PLANS FOR $65 MILLION MAKEOVER
Organizers of the Pike Place Market renovation released designs of what Seattle’s iconic landmark might look like after its makeover. The designs feature an entrance to Pike Place Market facing the waterfront on Western Avenue, and they address parking for the market and the central waterfront, added retail and restaurant space, and add several stories of housing. The renovation will also provide additional public open space, expansive views of Puget Sound, and easy pedestrian access.
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