Many Thanks to all who attended and participated in the June 20, 2013 event
In June of 2013, Allied Arts held a Beer & Culture focusing on The Promise of Urban Connectors in Belltown/Pike Place Market to discuss opportunities for new connection(s) to the waterfront and other urban design possibilities resulting from, or otherwise inspired by, the Waterfront Project.
- Enliven Elliott Way
- Elliott Way Streetscape & Access to Pike Place Market
- Activate Blanchard Street Hillside
- Refine Landscape Plan for Battery Street Overlook
- Appropriate Uses – Blanchard/Western Surplus Property
- Cultivation of Green Streets: Bell, Vine, Broad
- Ben Franz-Knight, Pike Place Market, Victor Steinbrueck Park
- Ron Turner, Belltown Housing & Land Use
- Martha Barkman, Harbor Urban
- Carolyn Geise, Geise Architects
Ewing and Clark
Belltown Community Council
Allied Arts Beer and Culture Nights
Allied Arts was founded in 1954 under the name of “The Beer and Culture Society.” Almost sixty years later, we still like that name so we’re honoring it with our “Beer and Culture Nights.”
By convening groups of smart, energetic and public-spirited folks in an informal setting and by providing snack food, beer and a hot topic, we hope to inspire free-ranging and uninhibited discussion that will be enormously fun and can lead to civic action.
For more information, click here.