DJ Woolsey enjoys driving from Wallingford to drop his girlfriend off at work in South Lake Union (SLU). It means he can shoot hoops on the blacktop basketball court surrounded by a chain-link fence and glassy retail space. It’s nice that the court is rarely crowded, but he really likes how the high-rise buildings block the sun from his eyes.
When KIRO-TV recently posted architectural drawings for a “new entrance” to the Pike Place Market, a lot of social-media commenters were outraged. Why, they asked, would anyone rip out such an historic Seattle landmark?
King County Metro Transit will have experts speak on the future of
public transportation in the county during a “visioning” workshop on
Tuesday, March 31.