Seattle seeks designs for $225M waterfront seawall:
Designers have been dreaming about what the shoreline on Seattle’s central waterfront could look like if the Alaskan Way Viaduct and seawall were replaced.
Last month, the city council appropriated $225 million to make one of those projects a reality: replacement of the approximately 3,750-foot seawall between Washington and Pine streets.
Teams of consultants are forming in hopes of winning the contract for a project that will help shape the waterfront’s character for the next century and beyond.
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