What happens after the Alaskan Way Viaduct comes down? Seattle’s central waterfront will be transformed into a vibrant public park with lush gardens, open spaces, and elevated views of Elliott Bay.
BEAUTIFUL SPACES TO ENJOY, DESIGNED WITH A PURPOSE
The waterfront park will be a lively, beautiful place to access free public programming and events including live music, performances, festivals, yoga, soccer, ice skating, and more. Designed to be environmentally friendly, the park’s plantings will filter rainwater, improving water quality and helping salmon survive their annual journey along the shoreline. Get the sustainability story here.