The city’s most iconic buildings, parks, public art, and more for you to visit right now.
This price point has a little bit of everything—including a beachfront basement, a First Hill two-bedroom, and a Belltown studio.
This price includes studios both great and small.
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.
Want a good fright? These Seattle spots—hotels, parks, even a few train cars—have many reports of strange happenings.
Check into these storied, historic hotels—but never check out.
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.
The fraught streetcar project just got a loan from the city to figure out exactly what it needs to keep going.
If you haven’t seen Black Panther or Coco yet, here’s your big chance.
The odd, the obscure, and the extremely specific
The Puget Sound has so many beautiful gardens to explore.
Do you need cheap rent? Walkability? Transit?
No matter what flavor of multimodal you are, there’s a neighborhood for you in the Emerald City—no personal vehicle required.
A brand-new studio, a single-family house, and a collection of vintage apartments
The organization has long operated under a "Housing First" model.
A northend townhome or a West Seattle house with a catch?
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 West Seattle house or a First Hill one-bedroom?
How are you feeling about microstudios?
A First Hill loft or a Sand Point triplex?
We’re building out a new line—the latest in a long history.
After months on hold, the streetcar project is back on with an updated plan
So many tiny studios
Apartments in Capitol Hill, First Hill, and more
Olympic Tower will house an additional 72 luxury units
Three studios and a boat
One-bedrooms for days
Imagine downtown without an I-5 shaped hole on one side
A North Seattle backyard cottage or a U District studio?
The branch of the grocery chain has been in the works for years
What’s blocking up traffic this weekend and how to ride transit to it (or around it)
Mixing art and artificial intelligence at The Hideout
Parking spots are being taken over by parklets
A Belltown studio or a Ballard cottage?
Frasier’s regular locations weren’t real, but what gets the closest?
From South Park to Capitol Hill