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Clean City Initiative provides added support to Business Districts throughout the City

Seattle (March 19, 2021) – Starting in February, Clean City funds have enabled business associations and business districts to increase their efforts to clean up trash, address graffiti, and clean streets and sidewalks. The Clean City Initiative will provide additional funding for Broadway BIA, Chinatown/International District BIA, Columbia City BIA, University District BIA, Pioneer Square, West Seattle Junction Association, and Ballard Business Association to enhance their regular cleaning efforts within their business districts. Additionally, funds… [ Keep reading ]

Need a late-night pick-me-up? New ride-hail pickup zone pilot program coming to Capitol Hill

Did you know that Capitol Hill, between Pike and Pine Streets is one of the city’s busiest night life areas? Thousands of people visit the area on weekend nights. We are working with our city partners including Uber and Lyft to add designated passenger loading zones for late-night pick-ups starting November 14! As last call… [ Keep reading ]

Ada’s Technical Books builds quirky community on Capitol Hill

Ada’s Technical Books, established at their current location in 2013, embraces Seattle’s nerdy population, old and new, and is dedicated to building community in the neighborhood in partnership with the 15th Ave Merchants Association. Owners Danielle and David Hulton combine bookstore, café, coworking space, tech paradise, and event space all… [ Keep reading ]

Seattle Startup Stories: Armoire

Armoire is a Seattle-based startup that wants to change the way people—for the moment, mostly women—approach their wardrobes. Armoire members complete a style profile including questions about size and style preferences. The app then presents a “closet” of items for the member to choose from based on an algorithm and… [ Keep reading ]

Small Business of the Month: SugarPill

Walking into SugarPill apothecary feels a little like you’re walking out of Seattle’s Capitol Hill and into a shop in Diagon Alley. Most days you’ll find SugarPill owner and founder Karyn Schwartz behind the counter, who opened the shop in 2011. Schwartz is a homeopath and herbalist with a background… [ Keep reading ]