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  1. Is this a rendering after they’ve taxed all the working class people out of the city?

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  2. I see no blue tarps or tents in the artist’s renderings.

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  3. I’m sooo excited for this change.

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  4. We don’t melt from rain here in the Northwest…this will be great year round.

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  5. Where are all the cars that will be taking Alaskan Way to avoid to tunnel toll?

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  6. Note – this isn’t a “final plan”. It’s just an idea

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  7. Can’t wait to trudge across muddy clumps of grass from an overpriced parking garage.

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  8. It will play more to tourists.

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  9. Well, let’s wait and see and hope it does not get destroyed by….people.

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  10. I don’t think so, look at ALKI😥😥😥😥😥🤔😥😥🤔😥😥🤔😥😥😥😥

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  11. All this overpriced, overbuilt, grandiosity. What’s wrong with a simple waterfront with piers, bait shops, places to go fishing and tie up pleasure boats, with plenty of inexpensive public parking?

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  12. I love all the cynical fucks in the comments. Maybe you should move elsewhere?

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  13. How about that trolley barn that they never put back?

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  14. Alaskan Way is unique and it will be missed. Sorry I cannot take one last drive before it’s gone!

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  15. Just another place for the homeless to destroy!

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  16. You ruined old Seattle….😞

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  17. Now just add in the random trash and a distinct smell of urine and you are right there! 🙂

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  18. Love what San Francisco did with theirs after their viaduct was gone…..retro rehabbed busses, streetscapes, open spaces, pet and ped friendly, no cars…….were they even consulted…..?

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  19. Screw SF and NY; this is Seattle, we design our own crap up here.

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  20. And then, the Condos will be approved….

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  21. I guess I’m being pessimistic but I can’t help thinking it’ll be cluttered with homeless tents in no time.

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  22. Um??? Where’s all the stores that are there now?!??

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  23. Uh, right. Look who uses the current waterfront parks, the Junkies.

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  24. Will it ever be built out completely?

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  25. It will host the homeless in the near future

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