Get unique with your gifting this year
Bigger studios, smaller (usually) one-bedrooms
Live the floating life—literally—on Lake Union with these on-the-water homes in Westlake, Eastlake, and Wallingford.
Find a place that works for you
These 1920s and 1930s buildings cover the city in Tudor and Mission Revival style—especially in Capitol Hill.
Let’s get fancy... or let’s get roommates
The Fourth will be here before you know it (specifically, Tuesday) so take some time now to figure out your game plan.
This home on Lake Union is sleek, but still whimsical.
The historic Lake Union Steam Plant—recognizable from I-5 as the building with the Zymogenetics smoke stacks—is getting a new paint job.
A northend townhome or a West Seattle house with a catch?
The plan is to give the venue operators input on their new home
With a $1,300 budget, would you go for a U District microstudio or a Lake City cabin?
Not a lot of bedrooms at this price point.
A studio by Pike Place Market or a big one-bedroom in Greenlake?
How are you feeling about microstudios?
A two-tier roof deck adds more than 600 square feet
Designed by local architect Andrew Borges
So many tiny studios
It’s like a contemporary cake
It’s called Move All Seattle Sustainably, or MASS
Wood paneling frames postcard water views
These ten houses ranging from 500 to 720 square feet are the tiniest on the market in Seattle.
A Belltown studio or a Ballard cottage?
What’s blocking up traffic this weekend—and how to ride transit to it (or around it)
Grab some roommates?
You move here for all the natural wonders, so why not live on one?
With a wine cellar, a media room, and plenty of space to lounge
The historic Lake Union Steam Plant—recognizable from I-5 as the building with the Zymogenetics smoke stacks—is getting a new tenant.
This houseboat is bigger than many—but keeps its nautical roots
This split-level house lets in plenty of light (and lake views)
A one-bedroom in West Seattle or a Belltown studio?
A Capitol Hill studio or a Rainier Valley one-bedroom?
This home on the water is comfy and quaint
This two-bedroom home currently floating just off Eastlake has all the natural influence of a 1970s Northwest contemporary—but with offbeat, storybook twists.
A two-bedroom in Madison Valley or a studio in Eastlake?
A studio in Eastlake or a one-bedroom in West Seattle?
Like a cute little mainland house, but on the water
Great views and under a million? Yep.