From fire trucks to gardens
It’s time to go salmon spotting—and these creeks and rivers are breathtaking places to witness the circle of life.
Bigger studios, smaller (usually) one-bedrooms
Lots of tiny apartments—and even a shared bathroom.
Find a place that works for you
Whether you are a beginning hiker or an experienced one looking for something close and quick, these trails could be a perfect fit.
Because there’s never a bad time to brush up on your Street Fighter
For those who hate driving, and more importantly, those without a car who still want to access the region’s amazing natural areas, it’s possible to go hiking by transit both within the city and nearby.
How do you feel about sharing a bathroom?
This price point comes in all different shapes and sizes.
Seattle is packed with great comic book stores to explore.
A proposed watering-down of the city’s Bike Master Plan comes after slow progress on bike lanes—and a controversial change to a project
A studio by Pike Place Market or a big one-bedroom in Greenlake?
An energy-efficient studio or a vintage one-bedroom?
Go on; let it out.
A house in Bitter Lake or an Uptown loft?
An in-city studio or a two-bedroom to the south?
A townhouse in Northgate or a Capitol Hill one-bedroom?
How do you feel about microstudios?
Three studios and a boat
What’s blocking up traffic this weekend and how to ride transit to it (or around it)
A Capitol Hill studio or a Greenwood one-bedroom?
A Ballard studio or a Greenwood two-bedroom?
Smart space decisions make this cozy house the perfect size
Travel rapidly between these homes and downtown
An SLU studio or a Greenwood two-bedroom?
Some groups are going to bat for 6% of single-family zones.
A two-bedroom in Broadview or a loft in West Seattle?
Houses, townhouses, and condos from Fremont to Greenwood.
A U District studio or a Burien two-bedroom?
A backyard studio is one of a few unique, cozy spaces
Plus: The bracket, revealed!
Which neighborhood should advance? Cast your vote now!
This stream has:
Which neighborhood will be crowned best in Seattle?
Is your neighborhood the best in Seattle? Tell us!
A studio in Fremont or a one-bedroom in Greenwood
The city’s ‘uniquely wacky’ street grids become abstract icons.