Metro has stopped serving the bus stop in front of the E Madison Bank of America and, at least on CHS’s previous visit to the street, the structure has been repurposed for somebody trying to find a warm place to sleep. The bank is planning to tear the shelter down — it owns and is responsible for it — but before he does, B of A’s Robert Odegard wants to know if anybody in the community would like to claim the colorful artwork. Contact details are below. We’re thinking chicken coop – though the guy living there now would probably prefer it have a different fate.
King County Metro recently discontinued service to the Bus Stop located at 1300 E Madison Street in the Capitol Hill Neighborhood. The colorful and artistic Bus Stop Enclosure that was left behind is unmaintained and a security concern to neighboring commercial tenants. The owners of the property where this structure is located are proposing to remove and dispose of this structure from the area. If anyone is interested in removing the structure for the artwork, please contact Property Manager Robert Odegard at 206.358.7568 prior to February 15, 2013. The structure is scheduled to be removed at the end of February 2013.