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From beaches that will make you feel like you’re in California to top-notch theater productions geared towards the younger set, the Emerald City is full of things to do as a family.
Want a good fright? These Seattle spots—hotels, parks, even a few train cars—have many reports of strange happenings.
From West Seattle to Ballard, these markets stay open through the fall and winter.
The long-running series filmed exactly one episode in Seattle. Here’s where the brothers Crane had their Pacific Northwest escapade.
Do you need cheap rent? Walkability? Transit?
Our ultimate guide to the classic film’s actual Seattle locations, including the floating home, Pike Place Market, and Gas Works Park.
A studio by Pike Place Market or a big one-bedroom in Greenlake?
The WSDOT-funded shuttles, which run from Pioneer Square to Seattle Center, now have three lines
A peek at a highway-free neighborhood
What does it cost to live in this Belltown tower?
Located in the Colonnade Hotel building, it has a cozy, vintage vibe—and some bunk beds
What’s blocking up traffic this weekend—and how to ride transit to it (or around it)
Formerly located in the downtown YMCA building, membership library Folio is set to open in the Economy Market
As the city changes, Seattleites remember their history with the landmark.
Right by Pike Place Market.
The new hotel will be across the street from Pike Place Market.
A multi-story ‘Ocean Pavilion’ with views of both the facility’s marine life and Elliott Bay has paths twisting up around a large, central tank leading to a roof deck.
Brand-new, ADA-accessible outdoor areas feature views of downtown, the mountains, and the water.
while you can explore it yourself right now, an official grand opening on June 29 is designed to show off the new space.
This again, huh?
This old-style condo has a first-look at Pike Place expansion plans
This Belltown condo has the views to match the price
5,280 feet down, 3,990 feet to go
Want a good fright this holiday season? You'll find it in one of these Seattle haunts
These days, Bertha seems to get going a lot faster than expected
The tunnel boring machine is actually staying on schedule these days
Ever since she restarted, Bertha has been moving forward without many problems
Per Zumper’s data, it was the Central Business District (a.k.a. Downtown) that led the way with a median one-bedroom rent of $2,390.