After months on hold, the streetcar project is back on with an updated plan
A two-bedroom house or a two-bed houseboat?
It was a big year for hotel construction
Snow Day, which kicks off December 14, is a new way to keep South Lake Union festive
By partnering with private apps, Metro hopes to encourage more people to carpool
The building includes a gallery and stage for the art school
From forest lodges to Art Deco towers
Build your skills
The 25-story building has ultra-luxurious rentals
Homes for rent in Capitol Hill, Green Lake, and more
264 rooms were built in Europe and assembled in Seattle
Featuring a whole lot of dog amenity space
What’s blocking up traffic this weekend and how to ride transit to it (or around it)
Parking spots are being taken over by parklets
A Belltown studio or a Ballard cottage?
What’s blocking up traffic this weekend—and how to ride transit to it (or around it)
Travel rapidly between these homes and downtown
A review ordered by the mayor’s office predicted a high cost—but a major boost to streetcar ridership
An SLU studio or a Greenwood two-bedroom?
A West Seattle two-bedroom or a First Hill loft?
Houses and condos from the Denny Triangle to Mt Baker.
Seattle area transit is getting a boost
A house in Lake City or a one-bedroom in Capitol Hill?
You move here for all the natural wonders, so why not live on one?
Phase two of construction adds another matching, curved building
How do you feel about microstudios?
The historic Lake Union Steam Plant—recognizable from I-5 as the building with the Zymogenetics smoke stacks—is getting a new tenant.
This little barge is just 339 square feet
Houses, townhouses, and condos from Fremont to Greenwood.
The revamped park has new seating and more staffing
What does your dream Seattle bike network look like? How do meaningful bike connections reach your neighborhood?
King County Metro Route 62 goes from downtown to Sand Point, winding through a variety of neighborhoods on the way.
A townhouse in Lake City or a studio in Wallingford?