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Anyone commuting by ferry, working in the Financial District or Pioneer Square is going to love this! Top Pot Hand-Forged Doughnuts will be opening early spring of 2014 on the second level of The Post, a new luxury apartment building located across Post Alley from The Colman Building.  The store will open onto the pedestrian overpass, linking the ferry terminal to First Avenue. The new store doughnut mecca will also be accessible from Western Avenue, Post Alley or Marion Street.

What started as a little storefront dispenser of sweet, round goodness on Seattle’s Capitol Hill has grown to 14 outlets with more on the way, including a planned store in Dallas, Texas.

The Post location will carry 38 varieties of doughnuts, pastries, sandwiches, ice cream, and, of course, coffee.  Patrons will enjoy the addition of a pour-over coffee bar featuring single-origin coffees.


Tunnel Vision

Standing here at the beginning of 2014 we are tempted to look down and wonder where Bertha, our R-99 tunnel boring machine, is? Is she making progress? Is she stuck (again)? We suggest it’s time to start looking up and looking toward the future, because this giant project is not just about the tunnel, but about reshaping Seattle and its connection to our waterfront. As soon as the tunnel is up and running the Alaska Way Viaduct will come down, and soon after that the new Seattle Waterfront Promenade Park will start taking shape.

Picture a landscaped parkway connecting Pier 70 on the north with Pioneer Square and the Stadium District to the south. The Promenade will connect downtown Seattle to the bustling waterfront and bring a renewal of this vital connection, great resource and attractions.