Looking east from Beacon Ave S. at S. Lander St. where 16th Ave S. intersects from the north. Pictured are the Beacon Hill Light Rail Station, The Station coffee shop, and Plaza Roberto Maestas. This is one of two projects that make up “Beacon Ave S Mobility Improvements.” (Image: Google Maps)
Beacon Ave S. looking north toward the intersection of S. Stevens St.—Stevens Place Park is ahead and to the left. The Beacon Hill Library is just beyond that. The Valero gas station (not visible) is directly to the right. This is one of two projects that make up “Beacon Ave S Mobility Improvements.” (Image: Google Maps)
At the Shop Seattle Gems event, community members used their creativity to envision what the street art at Beacon Ave S. and S. Lander St might look like—they came up with everything from mountain ranges and giant colorful stars to ‘Despicable Me’ minions.[Featured image: Left: One of two intersections with proposed improvements on Beacon Ave S. Right: An example of street art that accompanies pedestrian crossing and other safety improvements.]
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