—Envisioning Ballard to Interbay Land Use Corridor Study
The valley between Magnolia and Queen Anne is home to trains, industrial yards, storage, services, and a busy traffic corridor, but it is also home to multi-family homes, parks, trails, and many unique businesses. Interbay is growing and changing—over 400 apartments are currently under construction. Interbay is the first phase of a DPD land use study examining a three-mile corridor along Elliot Avenue W and 15th Avenue NW.
There is no better way to experience the recent change and envision the future opportunities than to join Feet First Neighborhood Walking Ambassador and Interbay resident Adam Slivers as he shares some of Interbay’s industrial history and its newest plans. The walk will start at the Interbay Urban Center’s Whole Foods Market with its nutritious options, weave through the blocks along Dravus Street where a zoning change has sparked the growth of mixed-use buildings, and tour the seafaring heritage of Fisherman’s Terminal. Learn more about Interbay’s well-known places and find some that are waiting to be discovered: http://feetfirst.org/events/interbay-corridor-walk.
Sunday, March 10
2:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.
The Allegro coffee shop
Inside Whole Foods Market
2001 15th Avenue W
MT RapidRide D
Learn more about the Ballard to Interbay Land Use Corridor Study at our website, www.seattle.gov/dpd/Planning/EnvisioningInterbay/Overview/, or contact: