Denny Triangle: The Missing Link
Sat, Nov 4 from 10am - 12pm
Witness the transformation of Denny Triangle, rising to become the missing link between South Lake Union and Seattle’s downtown. You’ll discover hot-off-the-press architecture emerge amongst a few precious gems of the past, as well as a change in retail philosophy as Macy’s, Nordstrom, and Amazon are all within a stone’s throw from each other. On this tour, we’ll see the classically proper details of the Times Square Building alongside revolutionary designs, such as the corn-cob Westin Twins and the iconic Amazon Spheres.
This tour starts at McGraw Square at Westlake/Stewart and 5th Ave (the streetcar stop) and ends at the Amazon Spheres. Free parking is available in Amazon Doppler on weekends, located at 2021 7th Ave.
Please note: the interior of the Amazon Spheres is not included in this tour; however, the Spheres are open to the public on the first and third Saturdays of the month from 10:00AM to 6:00PM. To make a free reservation, click here.
Photo: Evan Chakroff