Midtown - 23rd and Union

Seattle, WA
A locally-led project including affordable housing, market-rate apartments, retail, and a large public square at 23rd and Union.
Developer
residential
280 Apartments
retail
25,000 SF
affordable housing
250 Apartments
PUBLIC SQUARE

Community Design Open Houses - Wednesday October 24 and Saturday October 27

Please join us for discussion about the future of the Midtown block and for an update on the project!

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Learn and Discuss:

  • Community Connection (Public Art and Retail Space Opportunities)
  • Architectural Character (How can the building reflect the rich culture and history of our Central District community?)
  • Placemaking (Placemaking opportunities throughout the project, focusing on street level public spaces and the significant corner at 23rd and Union)

Building on the momentum of the design review process earlier this year and the Africatown design ciphers, this event will explore community opportunities at the Midtown project site.

Location:

Midtown - Carpapapa (the old post office space)

1110 23rd Avenue

Seattle, WA 98122


Wednesday, October 24 6pm - 8pm

and

Saturday, October 27 11am - 2pm


Free and open to all. Food will be served. Please come and share your thoughts about the future of the Midtown block!


Hosted by Lake Union Partners, Africatown Community Land Trust, Weinstein A+U, and DLR Group


Visit the Facebook page - https://www.facebook.com/events/192377078373885/


New questions!

Thanks for your feedback on the future public square at the Midtown Block! You're helping to shape an inclusive vision for the space.

>> Answer the new questions

We're starting a new phase of outreach today centered on the exterior of the buildings, the portals into the square, and the skybridges above them. Take a moment to answer our new community questions, and stay tuned for news about a public open house in May!

Welcome to the Midtown project outreach site!

Thanks for visiting! We're using this site to help you follow and participate in the community process around the development of the Midtown Center at 23rd and Union and to keep you updated the latest plans and upcoming events.

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