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Urban Design Forum to Discuss Seattle's Civic Square Development

Urban Design Forum to Discuss Seattle's Civic Square Development
© Foster + Partners
© Foster + Partners

This coming Monday, April 25th the Urban Design Forum presents the opportunity to hear discussion about the stalled Civic Square development and other “interim use” sites in downtown Seattle. Sean Canady from GGLO, Robert Smith from Foster + Partners and City of Seattle representatives will be present. The Seattle Civic Square project, which completes the final phase of a ten-year civic masterplan, provides a vital new focus for Seattle’s civic life, reinvigorating the south downtown area for the whole city’s benefit.

The Urban Design Committee Forum serves the AIA Seattle membership and the community by bringing forward critical issues facing Puget Sound neighborhoods and cities, in order to inform, engage, and support advocacy by AIA Seattle Members and others who share concern for the quality of the built environment. More information about the upcoming event can be found here.

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Kelly Minner
Cite: Kelly Minner. "Urban Design Forum to Discuss Seattle's Civic Square Development" 23 Apr 2011. ArchDaily. Accessed . <> ISSN 0719-8884
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