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Modern prefab A-frame asks $746K in Snoqualmie Pass

Airy, playful houseboat asks $700K on Lake Union

The slip is included!

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Can the right home make you live longer?

The multibillion-dollar wellness real estate industry believes air purifiers, pollution sensors, and natural materials can breathe new life into high-end homes.

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Relive ‘The Ring’ in these spooky Seattle-area locations

Before you die, you see these coastal scenes—including shots in Whidbey Island, Fidalgo Island, and Port Townsend.

New Seattle Asian Art Museum design hopes to offer a new perspective

The historic building reopens in February with additional gallery space—and a new relationship with Volunteer Park.

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What $1,000 rents in Seattle right now

Lots of tiny apartments—and even a shared bathroom.

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Mapping Seattle’s many coworking spaces

Find a place that works for you

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17 of Seattle’s most haunted places

Want a good fright? These Seattle spots—hotels, parks, even a few train cars—have many reports of strange happenings.

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Can a $1,300 baby bed make me a better mom?

The Snoo promises more sleep, but the problems families face are too big for furniture to fix.

Dramatic Tudor home in a Fred Anhalt-designed building asks $649K

This Capitol Hill condo lives like a house, with two floors, a private entrance, and an airy interior.

Seattle-area hikes for everyone

Want to bring a dog? Go car-free? Get sweeping views of the Pacific Northwest? Stay a while?

Itty-bitty boxy houseboat asks $325K by Gas Works Park

A classic houseboat design makes perfect use of a tiny space

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Green New Deal goes global as nearly 100 cities commit to climate action

A coalition of 94 global mayors commits to "turning away from fossil fuels" and meeting Paris Agreement targets.

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12 stunning historic buildings by Frederick Anhalt

These 1920s and 1930s buildings cover the city in Tudor and Mission Revival style—especially in Capitol Hill.

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Where do Washington State's billionaires live?

The homes of the rich and sometimes-famous of Washington State, from Bill Gates to Howard Schultz.

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Can commuter rail save our suburbs?

As new urban transit lines expand, dense development near stations tries to reinvigorate car-centric communities.

A quick guide to the Seattle Center Monorail

The monorail is more than a tourist trap. Here’s our guide to where to board, how to pay, and the future of the line.

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Seattle chef Renee Erickson cooks up warmth at home

Her Ballard bungalow is a mélange of antiques, art, and travel finds.

What $3,200 rents in Seattle right now

Would you rent an apartment by the market or a big Roxhill house?

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Caffé Vita Allegedly Fires Multiple Staff for Giving Leftover Pastries to the Homeless [Updated]

Management reportedly sent an email sent to staff, saying the donation of any products to the homeless would be considered "theft"

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10 Seattle-area hikes for seeing beautiful fall colors

Put on those cozy wool socks and hiking boots and adventure through the autumn leaves.

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Can better parks fight climate change?

The Climate Positive Design Challenge aims to help landscape architects create green space with global implications.

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20 iconic Seattle buildings

From the Suzzallo Library to Hat ‘n’ Boots, these buildings all have something to say about Seattle.

Upscale modern home and 1924 log cabin ask $1.8 million on Camano Island

These two homes come with five acres—and plenty of sandy beachfront.

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Seattle’s most haunted hotels for ghostly vacations

Check into these storied, historic hotels—but never check out.

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Not in my bat’s yard

By turning community spaces into habitats for a protected species, bat boxes throw a wrench—arguably a small one—into the development process.

With new ADU rules in effect, Seattle hopes to drop more barriers to building

By streamlining the building process for backyard cottages and attached apartments with pre-approved plans, the city aims to make projects simpler—and cheaper.

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Seattle’s year-round farmers markets to get you through the off season

From West Seattle to Ballard, these markets stay open through the fall and winter.

Fremont’s own flatiron building has hosted many a neighborhood icon

The former home of Auditorium Cleaners and Empty Space Theater was originally built as an Oddfellows hall—and continues to host iconic local businesses.

What $2,500 rents in Seattle right now

If you had $2,500 to spend, which of these homes would you rent?

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Seattle’s coolest short-term camper rentals

For people who just want a taste of tiny living—or just want a cool place to stay—the Seattle area is full of airstream and other camper rentals.

What to know about buying a co-op apartment in Seattle

Homebuying in Seattle can be tricky, no matter the housing type. What’s a co-op—and could cooperative living be for you?

Kurt Cobain and Courtney Love’s former Seattle home is for sale

The palatial, 117-year-old house went on the market—quietly—for the first time since Love sold it.

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Choosing to live with my boyfriend—and my sister

It’s not a scenario that would work for everyone, but I wouldn’t change a thing.

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8 beginner hikes in and around Seattle

Whether you are a beginning hiker or an experienced one looking for something close and quick, these trails could be a perfect fit.

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Glitzy Tudor home asks $1.7 million in Ravenna

This house, built in 1926, has a classic, formal exterior—but inside, ostentatious design choices make it stand out.

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A green new home

A Green New Deal would touch our lives at every level, including at home.

Trio of riverfront cabins near Stevens Pass ask $1.4 million

You might be dreaming of a post-ski crash pad for you and your buddies as you hit the slopes. This listing has enough room for an entire ski colony.

The Seattle Monorail takes a big step toward transit integration

Now nearly 60 years old, the Monorail will finally accept ORCA cards—and even some transfers—thanks to an agreement between the operator and Seattle Center.

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How progressive developers are trying to remake America’s most segregated city

When Milwaukee hosts the Democratic convention, politicians should pay heed to these neighborhood redevelopment ideas.

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The best pumpkin patches near Seattle, mapped

Stock up for Halloween and get your pumpkins before they're gone.