3-year-old black kitchen sink opens to the public in Seattle
3-Year-Old Black Kitchen Sink opens to public in Downtown Seattle article A 3- and 4-year old black kitchen sinks opened to the general public Wednesday in downtown Seattle, opening to the neighborhood for the first time in more than two decades.
The sink is located at 717 N. Broadway, and is being operated by a family-owned business that also operates a similar kitchen sink in Portland, Oregon.
The new sink is being made by D’Anon Inc. and will be open to the Public for a limited time, from June 9 through July 11.
The sinks are part of a $300 million redevelopment plan to improve neighborhood access to food and beverage facilities, including the newly opened Denny’s restaurant.
The kitchen sink is a fixture at the corner of Broadway and Second Avenue in Downtown and is designed to look like a kitchen sink with a metal handle and a stainless steel bowl.
It has two sides and a sink-top compartment that can hold about 2,500 ounces of water.
The Seattle Department of Neighborhoods is working to create a pilot program to expand access to the sinks to neighborhood residents.
Denny’s is one of the many new restaurants opening in Seattle in recent years, including Starbucks and Shake Shack.
The restaurant has become popular with families who can’t afford to own a home and want to get a taste of the food on the go.
The city has created a pilot pilot program for people to try out the new sinks, called the KitchenAid Sink Program, in neighborhoods like Northgate, South Seattle, Northgate Park, and Capitol Hill.
The goal is to create more food-service restaurants in neighborhoods where people are struggling to make ends meet.
The plan calls for the public to be invited to try the new sink and to donate their time to help create a network of people to help run the program.
The City of Seattle is also providing $500,000 in grant funding to the Denny and his wife, Tania, to help develop the program and open up new opportunities for families to experience the new amenities.