What does your dream Seattle bike network look like? How do meaningful bike connections reach your neighborhood?
Designed by Sabro Ozasa, the Panama Hotel houses the last surviving American sento—and belongings left behind after the internment of Japanese Americans.
A Capitol Hill studio or a Rainier Valley one-bedroom?
What’s blocking up traffic this weekend—and how to ride transit to it (or around it)
Homes from the Central Area to Mount Baker.
On the anniversary of its opening day and destruction day, a history of the domed stadium
During post-fire rehab to the Louisa Hotel, the building’s owners uncovered some long-lost art
The trolleys made their last run in the mid-2000s
Downtown Seattle is experiencing explosive growth—but not all Seattleites have access to opportunity
Even fewer people are driving to the center city alone, even as jobs increase
A one-bedroom in Algona or a studio in Everett?
Plus: The bracket, revealed!
Which neighborhood should advance? Cast your vote now!
This stream has:
Which neighborhood will be crowned best in Seattle?
Featuring projects from 18 local architects and firms
Instead of specific neighborhoods, this affects ‘urban villages’ across the city.
A house in West Seattle or an apartment in Capitol Hill?
Plus: Which neighborhoods have the smallest units?
When you’re there, it may be difficult to remember that this dreamy, colorful space was a prison for decades.
What’s blocking up traffic this weekend—and how to ride transit to it (or around it).
Digging is about a third complete
CID upzones that exchange building height for mandatory housing affordability passed City Council on Monday.
It’s mostly studios.
The project at Fifth and Main is slated for completion in 2020.