- Associated Press - Friday, October 24, 2014

SEATTLE (AP) - Strings of pink flags over an empty lot off I-5 near downtown Seattle look as if a used car lot may be opening.

But it’s not. It’s art.

The flags as well as occasional dance and music performances are part of a 14-month project run by the Seattle Office of Arts & Culture.

A Greyhound bus garage once sat on the lot. It’s destined to become a new Seattle City Light substation to serve the growing South Lake Union area.

The displays and performances are funded through the Seattle’s One Percent for Art ordinance.

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