Before & After> Gustafson Guthrie Nichol Imagines a Pedestrian-Friendly Seattle

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The streets of downtown Seattle are set for a major overhaul, thanks to a new masterplan by Gustafson Guthrie Nichol. As AN reported in our recent West Coast edition, the Seattle-based firm has made recommendations to improve the pedestrian realm “centers on uniting the fragmented parts of the Pike-Pine corridor, two major thoroughfares at the heart of the retail core running east-west from Interstate 5 to the waterfront.”

Check out their dramatic proposed transformations overlayed on Seattle’s existing streetscape for a better look at how pedestrians and cyclists will fare under the plan.

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One Response to “Before & After> Gustafson Guthrie Nichol Imagines a Pedestrian-Friendly Seattle”

  1. landscraper says:

    how appropriate that a bicyclist is ‘salmoning’ in seattle

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