Rebound efforts in downtown Seattle hope to attract more locals

Despite facing setbacks with the pandemic, protests and crime, many organizations now say the area is rebounding.

SEATTLE — There certainly is a crowd surrounding the iconic “Pike Place Fish” stand. It’s a business that has entertained visitors for almost 30 years.

“It’s hard to see Seattle take such a turn, but every day it’s getting better and better and it’s coming back,” said Jason Scott, who is the co-owner of “Pike Place Fish.” 

Pike Place Market is one of many downtown organizations coming together to host five block parties in three days. The goal is to welcome people back to downtown and encourage locals

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