Urban Development: Do We Recognize the Changing Face of Our Neighborhoods?

Unprecedented development is reshaping Seattle’s neighborhoods unlike any other time in the city’s recent history. From Ballard to Capitol Hill and South Lake Union, neighborhoods are adapting to a new, denser urban reality. What do these developments say about the future of Seattle and how we define vibrant, livable urban neighborhoods? How do we preserve a neighborhood’s character and charm while making room for new buildings that help accommodate undeniable growth? How can the public and private sectors work together to shape growth in a way that supports a diversity of housing, complements the existing community and respects the environment?

Friday, March 7, 2008, Washington Athletic Club, 1325 Sixth Avenue, Seattle
11:30 AM Registration
12:00 – 1:30 PM Luncheon
Register at http://www.seattlecityclub.org — $35/CityClub Members; $40/Guests & Members of Co-Presenting Organizations; and $45/General Public
For reduced rate, DSA members must identify their affiliation during registration.

Panelists to date:
Jim Diers, Author, Neighbor Power
Ada Healey, Vice President of Real Estate, Vulcan Inc.
Diane Sigamura, Director, Department of Planning & Development
Leonard Garfield, Executive Director, Museum of History and Industry
Jim Vesley, Editorial Page Editor, The Seattle Times (Moderator)

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