Seattle park land is more precious than ever as the city’s population surges ahead.
So park advocates rightly questioned the Seattle Art Museum’s proposal to remodel and expand the Asian Art Museum, a historic landmark in Volunteer Park.
Concerns about the expansion taking too much of the Olmsted-designed park are legitimate. They mirror concerns across the city about private facilities creeping into precious public spaces, and growth far outpacing the creation of new parks. Read More via SeattleTimes.