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September 12, 2014 at 12:00 PM

Got a great idea for the new waterfront?

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The City of Seattle’s Waterfront Program covers 26 city blocks from Pioneer Square to Belltown and includes a rebuilt Elliott Bay Seawall, new parks and paths, access to the water, places to enjoy views, and public and cultural spaces.

Read the cover story in this week’s Pacific Northwest magazine to learn more about the proposal and explore a detailed map.

We have asked for reader suggestions for the waterfront design. If you have something to submit, please email it to Bob Payne no later than Nov. 15. We will assemble a few of the submissions for a new blog posts to share with readers.

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