Seattle's Full Court Press

It’s not easy being an urban port. Case in point is Seattle’s naturally deep-water port located to the south of that city’s downtown. For years, developers have coveted the waterfront property that serves as one of the nation’s largest container port operations. Instead of a working waterfront, they envision boutique hotels, condos and stadiums. The battle for the survival of the Port of Seattle as a “job generator” has been continuous for at least the last 30 years.

For the full story: Log In, Register for Free or Subscribe