Ground-level view of Westlake Square streetcar stop as it appeared when built in 1917
Underground comfort station interior in 1917
Westlake Square is a 0.01-acre (0.0040 ha) park in Seattle, Washington, adjacent to Westin Seattle. It was formerly a combination streetcar stop and underground comfort station. The former comfort station was demolished and filled in 1964.
In 2010, Seattle Department of Transportation redeveloped Westlake Square and adjacent McGraw Square into a new plaza for the South Lake Union Streetcar.
- ^ Westlake Square, Seattle Parks and Recreation, retrieved 2013-12-29
- ^ a b "Item 30694: Westlake Square, underground men's restroom demolished and filled in 1964", Municipal archives photo collection—Don Sherwood Parks History Collection (Seattle Office of the City Clerk), September 18, 1917, retrieved 2013-12-29
- ^ "Item 1447: Comfort Station Westlake and Stewart", Municipal archives photo collection—Engineering Department Photographic Negatives (Seattle Office of the City Clerk), Sep 18, 1917
- ^ Westlake Transportation Hub Strategy draft recommendations (PDF), Seattle Department of Transportation, retrieved 2013-12-30
- ^ Westlake Streetcar Plaza/McGraw Square: City Opens New McGraw Square, Seattle Department of Transportation, February 9, 2011, retrieved 2013-12-30