Give your pad a local makeover
Apartments, houses, and even storefronts
If you had $2,500 to spend, which of these homes would you rent?
Would you choose a cute place with a yard, a big place with a balcony, or the spot where it’s easiest to get around?
Because there’s never a bad time to brush up on your Street Fighter
Seattle is full of farmers markets with tons of unique offerings just waiting to be discovered.
There’s a longstanding (and growing!) collection of resources within Seattle to help womxn find bikes, rides, and community.
The Angeline Townhomes were designed by the Frank Lloyd Wright protégé
From Renton to downtown Seattle
Parking spots are being taken over by parklets
An SLU studio or a Greenwood two-bedroom?
What’s blocking up traffic this weekend—and how to ride transit to it (or around it)
From Columbia City to Rainier Beach
An Uptown one-bedroom or a Columbia City townhouse?
Neighborhoods across Seattle and the Eastside have been seeing fierce competition
Plus: Congratulations to the Central District, Ballard, and Fremont
Which neighborhood should advance? Cast your vote now!
Plus: The bracket, revealed!
This stream has:
Which neighborhood will be crowned best in Seattle?
Is your neighborhood the best in Seattle? Tell us!
A two-bedroom in Delridge or a studio in First Hill?
A two-bedroom in Shoreline, a studio in Queen Anne
It’s a mini science experiment in Pioneer Square
Buy a gift card, text to activate, text to unlock a bike.
Try these tinies on for size.
Which would you rent?
Furniture and home decor stores in Seattle are as eclectic as the city itself.
In honor of winning the Curbed Cup, we return to Columbia City
Columbia City does it again
It’s a showdown between two former champions, Ballard (2012) and Columbia City (2014). That means we’re about to crown our first-ever two-time Curbed Cup champion.
Which neighborhood moves on to the finals?
Ballard, Belltown, Green Lake & Columbia City advance
It’s a battle of revitalized Seattle neighborhoods
Lots of top seeds fell in the first round
College town vs. the trendy part of town
Can South Lake Union become the first repeat champ or will a new Seattle ‘hood step up?