On the second Tuesday of every month, Seattle Greendrinks offers the opportunity for folks who work in the environmental field – or want to – to come together for a fun, informative evening of networking. July’s event will feature appetizers from Chaco Canyon and drinks from Badger Mountain and Sierra Nevada, as well as the opportunity to learn more about Skanska’s two development projects Stone34 and 400 Fairview:
Stone34, located in Seattle’s Fremont neighborhood, is the second building to participate in the City of Seattle’s Living Building Pilot Program. Skanska will premiere a three-minute video about Stone34 – filmed and produced by local director Eric Becker. Eric’s short film, Honor the Treaties, was featured at the 2012 Seattle International Film Festival.
400 Fairview is Skanska’s newest project – located on the cusp of the South Lake Union and Cascade neighborhoods. The building will offer a ground floor open-air Market Hall featuring curated, small-scale retail, services, cafes and a restaurant, plus a convertible indoor/outdoor space. Skanska partnered with D.C. based Popularise to make 400 Fairview the first project in Seattle to ask the question – what do you want to see here? Share your ideas at Greendrinks!
Donations made at the event will go to the Cascade Bicycle Club Education Foundation – one more great reason to join us. If you decide to come down, remember to bring your own cup. These drinks are “green,” after all, and we want to keep from wasting disposables. Hope to see you there.