The city’s most iconic buildings, parks, public art, and more for you to visit right now.
Whether you are a beginning hiker or an experienced one looking for something close and quick, these trails could be a perfect fit.
Check out the list below of our favorite potential football stadiums that didn't come to be and try to picture what it would be like if the Seahawks called Interbay, Seattle Center, or even Tukwila home right now.
Sure, you could go climb a mountain—or you could check out a space with floor pads and no weather problems to speak of, or at least a rock close to home.
Looking for a new spot for your pup to play? We have some ideas.
Take your best friends on some beautiful walks, from Discovery Park to Mount Si.
Seattle is full of farmers markets with tons of unique offerings just waiting to be discovered.
If you had a budget of $1,900, would you rent a Ballard mother-in-law apartment or a house near Skyway?
This price point includes a little house in Mount Baker, a two-bedroom duplex in Magnolia, and a loft in SLU.
No matter what flavor of multimodal you are, there’s a neighborhood for you in the Emerald City—no personal vehicle required.
Explore the nooks and crannies of Seattle with these hidden parks—from pocket parks to lesser-known gems.
Want a step up from blankets on the ground?
At a price point this high, there’s plenty to choose from, including a couple of West Seattle townhouses, a whole midcentury home in Magnolia, and a lakefront ADU.
Summer is here. Beat the heat by hitting the beach.
Clean geometry defines this International Style home
Take advantage of Seattle’s gorgeous sights
A West Seattle house or a First Hill one-bedroom?
How are you feeling about microstudios?
A Ballard basement or a Magnolia midcentury?
With half-timber and water views
Apartments in Capitol Hill, First Hill, and more
A North Seattle backyard cottage or a U District studio?
A two-bedroom in Magnolia or a one-bedroom in Ballard?
An SLU studio or a Greenwood two-bedroom?
Leaded glass and a timbered loft
Houses and condos from Magnolia to Wallingford.
What’s blocking up traffic this weekend—and how to ride transit to it (or around it)
Pitched roofs, half-timbering, and brickwork for days
A Zillow study confirms what you probably suspected
Is it a treehouse? Is it a lighthouse?
It’s the second round of funding from the city’s Equitable Development Intiative
The modern building is by local architecture firm Clark Barnes
This local artist draws inspiration from Seattle’s largest park.
This house was loved and renovated by architecture firm Malboeuf-Bowie
There’s money, and then there’s yacht moorage money.
Featuring 60,000 more service hours (and the end of route 99)