The waterfront is getting a redesign.
From a kayak under Pier 66 in downtown Seattle, the new seawall and pier don't look like what you would expect.
For one, it’s not dark under the pier. The sidewalk that covers Pier 66 is now made of opaque glass, and light floods down onto the water.
The design is supposed to be friendlier for fish.
Down here on the waterfront, the Alaska Way Viaduct is months from being torn down. The city is also redesigning this area for migrating salmon, making it more like the shoreline that was here before there was a city.