Design in Depth Lecture Series
Join us for engaging dialogue on how our communities grow and thrive thanks to creative ideas that re-invent a neighborhood's character while maintaining true to its history through adaptive re-use and other development strategies.
Events are on the 2nd Tuesday of each month at 6:30pm.
Doors open at 6pm.
Thanks to Season Sponsor, LMN!
South Lake Union
May 13, 415 Westlake
*$2 Flat Rate Parking at Republican and Terry
Hear about the past, present and future of this evolving neighborhood. Find out if this neighborhood transformation is turning out as planned, and how developers, residents and community partners envision the next phase will alter the future of this emerging community.
Lyle Bicknell, Seattle Department of Planning & Development
Sharon Coleman, Director, Real Estate Development, Vulcan Inc.
Jim Goodspeed, Principal, Goodspeed Architecture & South Lake Union Resident
Leonard Garfield, Executive Director of MoHAI
Gold Sponsors: Coughlin Porter Lundeen, GLY Construction & Prime Electric
To purchase the South Lake Union Lecture in combination with our May 17 South Lake Union Tour, go to: http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/660406
June 10, Hilliard's
Beer has always flowed in Seattle, but in recent times, this drink has enjoyed a surge in popularity, with the Ballard neighborhood as the latest epicenter of new microbreweries. How has this micro-industry re-appropriated the neighborhood and shaped its community culture. What challenges and design issues arose during the rehabilitation of Ballard's old buildings into breweries?
Mike Calkin, Mint Seattle Design
David Goldberg, Senior Planner, DPD, City of Seattle
Kendall Jones, Washington Beer Blog
Renee Martin, VP, Ballard Historical Society
Adam Robbings, Co-Founder and Head Brewer of Reuben's Brews
415 Westlake (View)
415 Westlake Ave N
Seattle, WA 98109
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