Seattle Central Waterfront

To realize what is perhaps our single greatest opportunity to create a fresh connection to Puget Sound and a vibrant place for recreation, we must maintain the current design momentum, focus and funding to ensure that the city’s vision is fully executed.

Our Priorities for Seattle Central Waterfront

  • Build a great surface-level public space on the central waterfront
  • Support the City’s ongoing design process
  • Ensure sufficient funding to implement waterfront improvements

Projects

AIA Seattle and its members have been active in every phase of the viaduct removal and waterfront design process.

AIA Publications

External Resources

Updates

More Information

For additional information on AIA Seattle public policy priorities and activities or to share your views as an AIA Seattle member, contact Manager of Policy & Advocacy Kirsten Smith.

State Advocacy

AIA Washington Council is hard at work for you, promoting legislation on green buildings and livable places, supporting a sustainable state economy, and protecting your ability to practice architecture. Learn more at aiawa.org.

National Advocacy

The AIA represents the interests of architects before federal government and policy-making bodies. This outreach, coupled with sustained member participation and active involvement in the political process, enables the AIA to advocate on behalf of legislative, regulatory, and related issues important to AIA members. Learn more at aia.org.

Design in Public

Seattle Design Festival

Seattle Design Festival

Seattle Design Festival will connect designers, community members and civic leaders to explore the ways design improves our city and our lives - August 14-23, 2020. Read more

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