Island life is a little different, and so are these rentals—from treehouses to a gnome chalet.
Projects transforming the downtown skyline
Introducing Editor’s Notes, a biweekly newsletter from Kelsey Keith.
Live the floating life—literally—on Lake Union with these on-the-water homes in Westlake, Eastlake, and Wallingford.
A small row of neighborhood businesses overlooking a cemetery is a pocket-size time capsule in a changing city.
The Horace Mann Building—currently home to Nova High School—is the district’s oldest, and perhaps most colorful.
A law requiring landlords to accept the first qualified candidate is the latest Seattle housing law to get the green light.
STG, which operates historic Seattle venues like the Paramount, Moore, and Neptune theaters, has joined up with Historic Seattle to submit an offer to purchase the Showbox.
The Beaux Arts building started its life as a massive mortuary
The initiative, which is leading by 10 points, would slash vehicle registration fees, but wipe out funding for transit and road projects—even voter-approved local measures.
A hotel slated for the block isn’t happening—so amid-rise building connecting an old and new skyscraper will look just a little different.
There are beautiful parks all over Seattle, but sometimes the ones right in the heart of the city get overlooked
While the physical building isn’t especially significant, it has a rich history in arts and community—and plenty of stories to tell.
The Seattle hiking shuttle’s ridership grew 75 percent in its second year—but its future is unclear.
The historic spot has been around since the 1800s
Relax after hitting the slopes—or just relax—in these picture-perfect mountain cabins.
‘Late for the Interurban’ keeps breathing life into iconic Seattle character J.P. Patches and his girlfriend Gertrude.
Modern updates don’t sacrifice a century-old aesthetic—and vice-versa—in this stately home.
A brand-new facility for the natural history museum gives its visitors, its artifacts, and Pacific Northwest culture a breath of fresh air
A shipwright and designer made this boxy home into a colorful palace