Get unique with your gifting this year
Elegant upgrades keep the home’s original aesthetic at heart, keeping around earthy finishes and a swanky floorplan.
From fire trucks to gardens
Looking for a new spot for your pup to play? We have some ideas.
For $2,900 a month, would you rent a one-bedroom, new-construction apartment—or one of a selection of vintage houses?
If you haven’t seen Black Panther or Coco yet, here’s your big chance.
Want a step up from blankets on the ground?
Get out on the water on a kayak, paddleboard, canoe, or even a floating hot tub.
There will be opportunities at Magnuson Park, at Seward Park, and in White Center
If you had $2,500 to spend, which of these homes would you rent?
A First Hill loft or a Sand Point triplex?
This Matthews Beach home has been transformed into a plush retreat
What’s blocking up traffic this weekend and how to ride transit to it (or around it)
A two-bedroom in Magnolia or a one-bedroom in Ballard?
The historic building—which was previously in pretty bad shape—will become affordable apartments
King County Metro Route 62 goes from downtown to Sand Point, winding through a variety of neighborhoods on the way.
MHNW broke ground on its latest project last week: 148 new affordable apartments and a community center in one of Magnuson Park’s historic buildings.
A house in West Seattle or an apartment in Capitol Hill?
What would you do with an old Navy building?
Perfect for pool parties and beach parties
Mad Max: Fury Road. Star Wars: The Force Awakens. Labyrinth. If any of those movies sound like the kind of thing you'd like to watch under the stars while cozied up to someone on a picnic blanket, then you are most certainly in luck this summer.