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Reinventing Cities Seattle Meet-Up Event

Calling all architects, urban planners, developers, investors, environmentalists, start-ups and many more! In February we announced our participation in C40 Cities Reinventing Cities competition for the potential redevelopment of the WOSCA Site on 1st Avenue South. Join us on June 6 at City Hall to learn more about the competition… [ Keep reading ]

Urban Centers Planning Downtown Community Workshop, February 15

Do you live, work, or play in neighborhoods like Belltown, Denny Triangle, the Commercial Core, Chinatown-International District, the Waterfront, or Pioneer Square? Let’s work together to shape Downtown Seattle’s future! Join us in a “day in the life” community workshop on February 15 and tell us what a perfect day… [ Keep reading ]

Future of the City: Using planning to create a new vision for Seattle, January 24

Join us on January 24 for the University of Washington Urban Design and Planning’s Future of the City: Using Planning to Create A New Vision for Seattle. Our Director Rico Quirindongo is this event’s special guest lecturer. WHEN: Wednesday, January 24, 2024, 6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.WHERE: Architecture Hall 147 on the UW… [ Keep reading ]

Indigenizing Public Transit Design, November 7

haʔł sləx̌il txʷəl gʷəlapu / kia ora / hello The Indigenous Advisory Council, Seattle Design Commission, and co-sponsor Seattle City Council President Debora Juarez (Blackfeet) invite you to Indigenizing Public Transit Design: Learning from Māori Approaches to Transit Stations in Tāmaki Makaurau, Aotearoa (Auckland, New Zealand) with Māori changemaker, Elisapeta… [ Keep reading ]

Join Us at the Seattle Design Festival!

We are excited to be involved in this year’s Seattle Design Festival, founded in 2011 as a strategic initiative of AIA Seattle to promote public dialogue and community engagement about the role and impact of design in urban life. Join us at the festival as a follow up to our Office to… [ Keep reading ]

Dream, Build, Play Workshop Helps Residents Reimagine A New South Park

On April 29, James Rojas, an urban planner and artist, held a “Dream, Build, Play” design workshop for South Park residents at the South Park Neighborhood Center. The goal was to use various objects to build and describe their hopes for the neighborhood. Families and neighbors from all backgrounds attended… [ Keep reading ]

One Seattle Plan Community Meeting Series

UPDATE: Our One Seattle Plan Community Meetings report shares what we’ve heard during our engagement events. Seattle is updating its plan for growth and change over the next 20 years, and we need your feedback to help guide how the City will invest in our communities to shape the city’s… [ Keep reading ]

Urban Innovations: Station-Area Planning

Cities around the globe continue to invest in transit systems to provide transportation options, reduce highway congestion, and lower greenhouse gas emissions. What are cities doing to ensure that new housing, commercial spaces, and livable communities are planned along with these transit investments? How can station-area planning support the success… [ Keep reading ]

Crown Hill Community Planning Workshop, March 3

Over the past few months, we’ve connected with many community stakeholders and received a lot of input about what people love about Crown Hill and what they want to help improve. From this feedback, we’ve put together a list of potential strategies and ideas that address the your neighborhood priorities…. [ Keep reading ]

Our Urban Innovations Speakers Series Returns on December 4!

Can housing choices support a more equitable Seattle? The legacy of redlining, restrictive covenants and zoning still impacts racial equity, access to opportunity and wealth creation in Seattle and across the region. How are cities responding in the face of our affordability crisis to both address these historic inequities and… [ Keep reading ]