Pedestrian in Westlake Square watching South Lake Union Streetcar in 2010
Bounded by Westlake, 6th and Stewart
|Area||0.01-acre (40 m2)|
|Created||1917 (as streetcar stop)|
|Operated by||Seattle Parks and Recreation|
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.
- Westlake Park, a larger park nearby
- Westlake Station, in the nearby underground transit tunnel
- McGraw Square, a plaza located one block south on Westlake Avenue
- Westlake Square, Seattle Parks and Recreation, retrieved 2013-12-29
- "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, retrieved 2017-10-04. Annotated photo from September 18, 1917.
- "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
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- Westlake Square at Seattle Parks and Recreation