I admit it, I’ve never walked through Interbay. I’ve always seen it from a car, as I drive through it to get to downtown or Ballard, or cross it to get to Magnolia. However, the area is changing with the Whole Foods-anchored shopping center and the new fire station planned for 15th Ave W – and Feet First can show you this changing neighborhood via a free Interbay Corridor walking tour this Sunday.
Adam Silvers, a Neighborhood Walking Ambassador and Interbay resident, will lead the tour. He’ll provide background on Interbay’s history, new buildings, and plans for the future.
The Sunday walk starts at the Interbay Whole Foods Market at 2pm (meet at the Allegro coffee shop inside Whole Foods at 2001 15th Ave W). The two-hour tour will take walkers through the blocks around Dravus and work its way around to Fisherman’s Terminal. Along the way, the group will discuss the key changes to Interbay such as the RapidRide bus service, the Bicycle Master Plan proposals, and the connections around Interbay that increase walkability.
Join the group to learn more about Interbay via foot, and voice your thoughts on ways to improve walkability at the same time.