A historic Seattle neighborhood, Pioneer Square is rich with artistic influence. Even outside of the plentiful galleries, local restaurants hang independent artists on their walls and the event features local artisans. It’s an environment sure to inspire your own creativity, no matter your medium.
Explore Pioneer Square
Seattle’s waterfront is transforming to become a reimagined experience that is open and accessible. This 20-acre park will include a new park promenade, waterfront park, bike baths, restrooms, art & much more.
Urban Villages is set to revitalize and preserve the history of Seattle with a new micro-district featuring office, retail, restaurant, residential, and hospitality experiences. Explore the alleyways at 100 S King St, Seattle.
Seattle’s original neighborhood fit with art galleries, eateries, and co-working spaces brings special events to add to the calendar – First Thursday Art Walk, Coffee Break in Occidental Square, and more.
Under a half-mile from home, the King Street Station connects Pioneer Square with Sound Transit bus lines and Amtrak train routes. Light Link rail stops on S Jackson St. just a block from 80 Main. From 80 Main, the city is at your doorstep.