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Major Maintenance Project Information
Gas Works Park Entry Restoration


Address: 2101 N Northlake Way, Seattle WA 98103

Current Status

Thank you Seattle. This project is complete.
This project re-claimed an area of Gas Works park and incorporated it back into the park.

Plantings, hydroseeding and irrigation were guided by the Gas Works Master Plan and Seattle Parks native plant policy and water conservation guidelines.

Seattle Parks and Recreation fenced off the area on
July 10, 2009.

Project Description

Budget: $85,000
Construction begins: Summer 2009
Project complete: Fall 2010

This project completes a portion of the Gas Works Park Master Plan. It reclaims the gravel parking lot on the northwest corner of Gas Works Park located adjacent to N. Northlake Place.

The landscaping plan provides for a view corridor from the park to Lake Union. Additionally, this work will include landscaping the area with western red cedars, native ground covers and creating an entrance with birch trees and decorative shrubs.

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Updated December 2, 2010

More Information

Patrick Donohue
800 Maynard Ave S
Suite 300
Seattle, WA 98134


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