A New Waterfront Steps Away
Just below the delicacies and sights of Pike Place Market, the central waterfront of the Elliott Bay shore is an enriched expanse of icons that is quickly rivaling San Francisco’s embarcadero as the new must-see.
With the current demolition of the Alaskan Way Viaduct, a new expansion of Seattle’s already-thriving waterfront is set to dramatically transform the surrounding area into a flourishing mecca like the city has never seen.
Outdoor vendors, food stands, an expanded city aquarium, and a cruise ship line terminal will run along the footpath, while green spaces and ocean views will invigorate the waterfront’s guests.
And residents of Gridiron, which boasts breathtaking views of the skyline, waterfront, and the Great Seattle Wheel, will enjoy a front row seat to all of these new developments. The residences are enviably located next to Railroad Way—one of four pedestrian gateways that will link Pioneer Square to the new 20-acre waterfront and will thread together multiple neighborhoods of the downtown district. Residents will have a landscaped promenade at their fingertips with direct access to enjoy the expansion and flourishing amenities.