Past Grantees

 

ALLEY NETWORK PROJECT

The International Sustainability Institute created the Alley Network Project with the help of an HSD-funded grant to unite neighbors, businesses and community groups in transforming Pioneer Square’s alleys into one of its unrivaled assets. The Project assists community members in developing alley events, art installations and beautification projects. For more information and photos: The International Sustainability Institute created the Alley Network Project with the help of an HSD funded grant to unite neighbors, businesses and community groups to transform Pioneer Square’s alleys into one of its unrivaled assets. The Project assists community members in developing alley events, art installations and beautification projects. For more information and photos:

Alleynetworkproject.com


Photos

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Eat, Shop, Play Year Round

The Wing Luke Museum of the Asian Pacific American Experience Eat, Shop, Play Year Round Project raised public awareness of key shopping events in order to attract new and repeat patrons to the neighborhood’s many businesses and restaurants. HSD supported this project with partial funding.

International Children’s Park Renovation

An HSD funded grant went to Friends of the International Children’s Park to restore existing art and structures in the park. The main restoration was the park’s dragon designed by Gerry Tsutakawa. The dragon is a very iconic and treasured park piece. The renovation benefited young children and families in the Chinatown-International District. For more information and photos, please visit:

http://friendsoficp.wordpress.com/

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Storefronts Seattle

Storefronts Seattle began in early 2010, when members of Seattle’s historic Pioneer Square and Chinatown-International districts sought solutions for the growing number of vacant storefronts in the area. The program was initiated to provide temporary, rent-free display spaces for local artists, revitalize blank windows and empty storefronts, and ensure foot traffic, attention and maintenance to these buildings. HSD provided the essential funding for this dual community project.
For more information:

www.shunpike.org/programs-services/storefronts/

International Children’s Park Renovation

An HSD funded grant went to Friends of the International Children’s Park to restore existing art and structures in the park. The main restoration was the park’s dragon designed by Gerry Tsutakawa. The dragon is a very iconic and treasured park piece. The renovation benefited young children and families in the Chinatown-International District. For more information and photos, please visit:

http://friendsoficp.wordpress.com/

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International Children’s Park Renovation

An HSD funded grant went to Friends of the International Children’s Park to restore existing art and structures in the park. The main restoration was the park’s dragon designed by Gerry Tsutakawa. The dragon is a very iconic and treasured park piece. The renovation benefited young children and families in the Chinatown-International District. For more information and photos, please visit:

http://friendsoficp.wordpress.com/

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Storefronts Seattle

Storefronts Seattle began in early 2010, when members of Seattle’s historic Pioneer Square and Chinatown-International districts sought solutions for the growing number of vacant storefronts in the area. The program was initiated to provide temporary, rent-free display spaces for local artists, revitalize blank windows and empty storefronts, and ensure foot traffic, attention and maintenance to these buildings. HSD provided the essential funding for this dual community project.
For more information:

www.shunpike.org/programs-services/storefronts/