What will Seattle’s waterfront look like in five years?
That’s the issue at the heart of an episode of City Inside/Out on Seattle Channel Cable 21 at 7 p.m. tonight.
In a few months, city officials will be given a design concept of what the waterfront might look like once the Alaskan Way Viaduct is completely down in 2016 and the tunnel is a reality.
What do folks want the waterfront to look like? How about businesses?
City Inside/Out, hosted by Brian Callanan, pays a visit to longtime waterfront institution, Ye Olde Curiosity Shop on Pier 54, and owner Andy James. You’ll also hear from Marshall Foster, city of Seattle planning director; Maggie Walker, co-chair of the Central Waterfront Committee; and Cary Moon, director of the People’s Waterfront Coalition.
If you miss tonight’s episode, you can catch it anytime online.