The city’s most iconic buildings, parks, public art, and more for you to visit right now.
Get unique with your gifting this year
From fire trucks to gardens
Turn your home into a jungle with these local shops, whether you’re an experienced green thumb or a beginning gardener.
Cemeteries: We pass by them almost every day. In some cases, we may even walk through them without even knowing that graves lie beneath our feet.
If you had $2,500 to spend, which of these homes would you rent?
Although it’s 115 years old, it’s not a fixer, just fancy, with well-maintained original millwork and luxury upgrades.
Seattle is teeming with artwork, both appreciated and not. Here are 30 places to check out, from a delightful dog mural to a transit-only art gallery.
Whether you’re new to biking, new to city biking, or just looking for a stress-free ride, here are some options from 1 to 6 miles.
Sure, you could go climb a mountain—or you could check out a space with floor pads and no weather problems to speak of, or at least a rock close to home.
We found apartments from Shoreline to Beacon Hill... and they’re all microstudios.
Seattle parks can basically replace a gym—for free.
Try something new
Public transit is a great way to see the city—and Link Light Rail will take you on a tour from University of Washington to Othello.
Take advantage of Seattle’s gorgeous sights
A proposed watering-down of the city’s Bike Master Plan comes after slow progress on bike lanes—and a controversial change to a project
Two buildings on the campus have been nominated
The nomination follows a community-led preservation effort
This thriving two-acre edible landscape lets everyone enjoy the harvest
One-bedrooms for days
From Renton to downtown Seattle
Get started on your journey through the city’s cornucopia of publicly sanctioned skate spaces.
The Turner-Koepf House is on the National Register of Historic Places
From South Park to Capitol Hill
A Queen Anne one-bedroom or three bedrooms in the Rainier Valley?
Affordable housing provider Capitol Hill Housing and music education nonprofit JazzED
A house in Ballard or a Capitol Hill apartment?
A U District studio or a Burien two-bedroom?
Homes from the Central Area to Mount Baker.
Space provided by King County gives the Block Project and Humble Design room to work—and the public space to help out
A five-bedroom house or a one-bedroom houseboat?
A Capitol Hill one-bedroom or a Shoreline townhouse?
Plus: Congratulations to the Central District, Ballard, and Fremont
Which neighborhood should advance? Cast your vote now!
Including two affordable homeownership projects
Plus: The bracket, revealed!
This stream has:
Which neighborhood will be crowned best in Seattle?
A two-bedroom in Shoreline, a studio in Queen Anne