Purposeful art transforms Chutney’s building

By Michael Sarko
The Capitol Hill Times
August 22nd, 2013

Where 15th Avenue meets East Mercer Street, change is now the status quo. The intersection has been home to two notable Capitol Hill businesses, one very long-lived (at least by the neighborhood’s standards). The Canterbury Ale and Eats will be gone by the end of the year, and Chutney’s Grille is already no more. This transformation, now typical in the rapidly developing 15th Avenue thoroughfare, has been the cause of some worry for proponents of a “Small Seattle,” but a unique art installation at the site of the former Chutney’s aims to ease the transition.

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