Can you envision a better Montlake business district? Join your neighbors and give your input on exciting plans for the future of Montlake on Tuesday, July 26 (6:30 pm) at the Montlake Community Center Tudor Building. At the meeting, Montlake Community Club leaders will introduce the KPG consultants who’ll explain the Business District Development project, funded by the Seattle Department of Neighborhoods.
KPG’s Project Lead, Paul Fuesel, and Liz Gibson will show and tell, answer your questions, and invite your ideas on what you’d like to see in the Montlake business district from Uptown (The Montlake Blvd Market at 520) and south through Downtown (to Boston St.). These folks are professionals in urban design, landscape, and architecture so they understand town visioning. (Check out their past projects at www.kpg.com)
Be there early next Tuesday (6:15) for a lively musical warm up by Montlake’s own Mother Pluckers Ukulele Band. Then join your neighbors in learning and contributing to this Business District Development planning. With all that’s happening in and around Montlake these days, we need to be actively influencing what gets done to and for our community. This planning project can help in coordination of the SDOT Phase 3 reconstruction on 24th Ave. E., the Neighborhood Greenways project, and maybe even the next phases of WSDOT 520 Bridge construction. Join your neighbors the 26th.
All Montlake Community Meeting
Tuesday, July 26, 6:30 p.m. Come early for music!
Tudor Building, Montlake Community Center
1618 E. Calhoun St.
Your Montlake Community Club Board working for you.