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Seattle's waterfront re-imagined, and a plan to pay for it

<a href="http://seattletimes.com/html/specialreportspages/2024403884_0914waterfront1xml.html"><img src="http://seattletimes.com/ABPub/2014/09/12/2024522710.jpg" width="140" style="float: right; padding-left: 10px;"></a>In the above rendering, the view looking south shows how a new walkway would connect the Pike Place Market to the Aquarium and other waterfront attractions. Civic boosters, such as former Seattle Mayor Charles Royer, right, say they have a way to help pay for the greenway and keep it active and safe. Royer says the project will be "transformative."

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In the above rendering, the view looking south shows how a new walkway would connect the Pike Place Market to the Aquarium and other waterfront attractions. Civic boosters, such as former Seattle Mayor Charles Royer, right, say they have a way to help pay for the greenway and keep it active and safe. Royer says the project will be "transformative."

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