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City Inside/Out looks at the City Hall Park revival
City Inside/Out Local Issues: Neighborhood Revival

City leaders have big plans for a small corner of the Pioneer Square neighborhood once considered a no-go area by residents and visitors. City Hall Park, with a history of homeless encampments and drug deals, is undergoing a major makeover. Food trucks, games, live music and even a park concierge are helping to revitalize the historic downtown public space. And two blocks away, the Chief Seattle Club is reclaiming the city's Native American heritage with an ambitious plan for 80 low-income apartments and a gathering place that meets its community needs. Will this new, innovative approach help combat public-safety concerns and enliven the struggling space?

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