Beautifying Front Street North from Sunset Way to Dogwood Street, and turning Alder into a "festival street" — measures that will do nothing to address the crisis-level traffic on Issaquah's historic boulevard — will cost an estimated $4.13 million. That's the verdict from Seattle-based consultants who were hired by the City of Issaquah to come up with a streetscape plan for downtown. We'll let the consultants explain the three phases of work along Front Street in their own words. • "Phase 1 includes completing the streetscape on Front Street between Sunset Way and Alder Street. New street trees, plantings, benches, bike racks and receptacles will be added to the already completed sidewalks.