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Denny Substation Work Begins April 4 with One-Block Closure of Pontius Avenue North

Seattle City Light will permanently close Pontius Avenue N. between Denny Way and John Street on Monday, April 4. The one-block closure marks the start of construction for the Denny Substation, which City Light is building to help keep pace with Seattle’s growing energy needs.

Drivers Urged to Consider Stewart Street Alternatives During Construction

Seattle City Light is urging drivers who typically use Exit 166 from Interstate 5 to Stewart Street to consider alternate routes through March 24 while construction of an underground network associated with the future Denny Substation reduces Stewart Street by two lanes between Yale and Boren.

Construction of Denny Substation to Start in March

Construction on Seattle City Light’s Denny Substation is scheduled to begin in March, led by The Walsh Group, which has been hired as the general contractor.

Denny Substation Model in Seattle Architecture Foundation Exhibition

The architectural model of Seattle City Light’s future Denny Substation will be on display at the Seattle Architecture Foundation’s 18th Annual Architectural Model Exhibit from Jan. 13 to Feb. 5.

ALL RISE at Denny Substation Site Concludes with Artist Jesse Sugarmann

The Seattle Office of Arts & Culture’s collaborative temporary art program ALL RISE at the site of Seattle City Light’s future Denny Substation is concluding a year and a half of programming with artist Jesse Sugarmann.

Denny Substation Project Nears Final Design Milestone: Public Hearing to be Held

The City Council’s Transportation Committee will hold a public hearing on two topics related to the Denny Substation Project.

Costs Rise for Future Denny Substation

Design changes added in the permitting process, higher prices for electrical equipment, a construction delay and additional soil cleanup have increased the anticipated cost of Seattle City Light’s future Denny Substation by $27.4 million, the utility announced today.

Denny Substation Project Earns Praise from American Institute of Architects

The proposed design for Seattle City Light’s Denny Substation won an honorable mention from the American Institute of Architects – Seattle, during their awards ceremony at Benaroya Hall on Nov. 3.

City Light Steps Closer to Powering Seattle Through the 21st Century

The Denny Substation project draft environmental impact statement is available for review.

Environmental Cleanup Complete at Future Denny Substation Site

Seattle City Light recently completed the environmental cleanup at the site of the utility’s future Denny Substation.