1532 Minor Avenue
*** Event entry is free, but please officially RSVP: https://goo.gl/forms/3FLrXYOizBUDa8NA3
What could lidding Seattle’s central I-5 freeway look like? And how would the community benefit from acres of new public land? Find out at the grand finale of a yearlong design initiative, the Central Hills Triangle Collaborative. Join our professional design teams and stellar community partners for a festive evening of inspiration and celebration.
Doors open at 5:30 PM, the program is 6-7:30, and the event concludes at 9. Along with presentations from the five design teams we’ll hear from Seattle City Councilmember Sally Bagshaw, Office of Planning and Community Development Director Sam Assefa, and Seattle Parks Foundation Executive Director Thatcher Bailey. A reception and open house will round out the night.
Enjoy appetizers from D Squared Company and a cash bar with beer and wine.