Welcome to Curbed Comparisons, where we scour Seattle's rental listings to see what your monthly budget will get you across the city. Today we decided to take a look at $2,500/month and find out what, if anything, you can get for that around town.
Whether they focus on interviewing the people who our city interesting, talk about the news that's influencing what the day-to-day is like, or breaking down the factors driving where Seattle is going, each of them has something to say about Seattle.
When running down the history of Seattle architecture, any list of the city's most notable architects has to include Ellsworth Prime Storey on it. His five-bedroom, 2.5-bath at 802 NE 72nd Street in Green Lake that just listed for $869K.
88th Street Partners and Twist Design will present their plans for a mixed-use complex at 8820 Aurora Avenue North to the design review board next Monday for a potential recommendation. The project is built around a warehouse space for Best Plumbing
If you've ever wondered what goes into crafting a cool chalkboard wall design, wonder no more. The interesting story behind this 91-year-old Green Lake house is told using the chalkboard wall in the living room and we get to see how they did it.
The first time anyone decides to walk, run, or cycle around Green Lake, they’re faced with an earth-shaking decision that could have dire consequences if the wrong choice is made. Should I go clockwise or counterclockwise?
If you haven't played before and you're looking for a way to jump in, Curbed has begun to map different neighborhoods and sites in Seattle and what types of Pokemon players or stops you can find there.
Welcome to Curbed Comparisons, where we scour Seattle's rental listings to see what your budget will get you across the city. Since we learned that the median rent around Seattle is $1,790/month, we decided to find out what you can get for that.
Over the weekend, Mike Rosenberg wrote about the Seattle housing market for the Seattle Times and you probably know the topic before we even tell you: It's nuts. The majority of Seattle-area homes are now selling for over asking price.
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 Urbanist wants to bring your attention to a certain North Seattle traffic chokepoint where "nobody wins" from cars to bikes to pedestrians. They've named N 50th St and Stone Way N the worst intersection in Seattle.
Developer Briar Box and Caron Architecture bring their plans for a six-story mixed-use project at 417 NE 73rd Street in Green Lake called 'Meter' before the design review board this evening for potential recommendation.
The aging house at 1112 N 76th Street in Green Lake was sold last year for $350,000. It has re-emerged on the market with a brand-new look and a brand-new third floor. Now it's asking $1.05M for the new-and-improved version.