The city’s most iconic buildings, parks, public art, and more for you to visit right now.
Get unique with your gifting this year
Big money means lots of choices
The Seattle hiking shuttle’s ridership grew 75 percent in its second year—but its future is unclear.
From fire trucks to gardens
Bigger studios, smaller (usually) one-bedrooms
Give your pad a local makeover
The classic industrial vibe includes plenty of exposed wood
Modern updates don’t sacrifice a century-old aesthetic—and vice-versa—in this stately home.
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.
The historic building reopens in February with additional gallery space—and a new relationship with Volunteer Park.
Lots of tiny apartments—and even a shared bathroom.
Find a place that works for you
This Capitol Hill condo lives like a house, with two floors, a private entrance, and an airy interior.
These 1920s and 1930s buildings cover the city in Tudor and Mission Revival style—especially in Capitol Hill.
Would you rent an apartment by the market or a big Roxhill house?
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.
At this price, find bigger studios—and smaller one-bedrooms—that are a little older, and sometimes a little weird.
The top-floor spread puts a premium on light and location.
The movie that put "grunge" and "rom-com" together did film here—although its map was a little off.
At this price point, find a bevy of vintage studios—with a newer studio and a bigger place for variety.
Take in the autumn scenery in some of Seattle’s most beautiful parks and gardens.
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.
The boombox scene was filmed in LA, but there’s plenty to see here
For two grand, would you rent a Lake City house or a Capitol Hill apartment?
Because there’s never a bad time to brush up on your Street Fighter
We found apartments from Shoreline to Beacon Hill... and they’re all microstudios.
Let’s get fancy... or let’s get roommates
The Seattle recreational cannabis market has exploded, and it’s a lot to navigate. Here’s where to stop first.
Seattle is full of farmers markets with tons of unique offerings just waiting to be discovered.
If you had a budget of $1,900, would you rent a Ballard mother-in-law apartment or a house near Skyway?
Built as an offshoot of the Skinner Mansion, this home is a smaller slice of Millionaire’s Row.
If you haven’t seen Black Panther or Coco yet, here’s your big chance.
There’s a longstanding (and growing!) collection of resources within Seattle to help womxn find bikes, rides, and community.
This price point includes a little house in Mount Baker, a two-bedroom duplex in Magnolia, and a loft in SLU.
Try something new
For $1,500 a month, would you rent a Pioneer Square loft or a two-bedroom in West Seattle?