At any given moment there seem to be dozens of townhouses being designed, planned or built around Seattle. We took a look through the design review board archives to see what's currently in the pipeline and here's what we found.
Every so often we like to take a look around and see what this crazy housing market actually has to offer. Specifically, we look at what might be available in an affordable range to see if affordable can still mean livable.
ST3 is headed to the ballot this November and Estately wanted to see how home prices vary depending on which Link light rail stop a home is near. What they found is perhaps what you'd expect, that light rail stations raise the real estate around it.
Finally, a home for your chickens! A tiny (610 square foot) cottage has room for you (1 bedroom and 1 bath), a tall chicken coop (some folks can stand up in there), and a place to put the chicken manure.
Pacific Housing NW and James Davidson Architects return to meet with the design review board on Monday to discuss revised plans for their Leaf Apartments proposal in Beacon Hill. In their new renderings, there's a familiar, sad face hanging out.
Yesterday, we asked you to guess the asking price for this 2-BR, 1.75-bath condo in North Beacon Hill. James A. submitted a guess on the Curbed Facebook page for $405K, but it was MichaelMack's guess of $379K that actually comes in closer.
PriceSpotter is Curbed's asking price guessing game. We provide you with some details and pictures from a real estate listing, and you take a crack at the price in the comments. Tomorrow we reveal the answer. And hey, no cheating!
The median price of a 1-BR is $1,750/month, up three percent from the previous month and 9.4 percent year-over-year. The median 2-BR will run you $2,350/month, up 14.6 percent since last year, the fourth fasting growing number in the nation.
Welcome back to Curbed Comparisons, where we scour Seattle's listings to see what your budget will get you across the city. Today we decided to find out what $500,000 can get you across the entire city. You tell us which place you'd put an offer on.