A proposal to close off Nagle Place alongside Cal Anderson Park on Capitol Hill is one of the possible solutions to finding a home for the Broadway Sunday market, which has relied on a Bank of America parking lot. Nagle Place is one block east of Broadway. Because the market is on Sunday, it is not expected to conflict with Sound Transit light rail construction in that area, council members were told.
Friday, September 7, 2007
Capitol Hill farmers' market displaced by condos?
Add a move for Broadway's market to the list of crimes against humanity caused by Seattle condo development.