The university-centered hotel chain aims to combine Deco heritage with modern Seattle
The old Burke’s last hurrah will be a New Years Eve party
What’s blocking up traffic this weekend and how to ride transit to it (or around it)
Build your skills
Constant breakdowns have inspired a new stair and escalator policy
A North Seattle backyard cottage or a U District studio?
A two-bedroom in Magnolia or a one-bedroom in Ballard?
Including cakes, bikes, and see-saws.
Get started on your journey through the city’s cornucopia of publicly sanctioned skate spaces.
Drop a bike off in the morning, pick it up that afternoon
A cottage on Whidbey Island or a Capitol Hill microstudio?
Houses and condos from Magnolia to Wallingford.
The Tudor Revival building is, according to legend, inhabited by ghosts
Modern skateboarding was founded on a radical rethinking of urban architecture.
What’s blocking up traffic this weekend—and how to ride transit to it (or around it)
There’s a Mariners game every day, it’s the University District Street Fair, and it’s fun run season. And the Storm are back!
King County Metro Route 62 goes from downtown to Sand Point, winding through a variety of neighborhoods on the way.
A one-bedroom in West Seattle or a Belltown studio?
How far—or small—do you have to go for rent under $1,000?
A Capitol Hill studio or a Rainier Valley one-bedroom?
Not a lot, and mostly studios
Seattle’s crane count—literally, the amount of cranes erected in the city—is under 50 for the first time since 2015.
Here’s what the development at 12th and 45th will look like
Which neighborhood should advance? Cast your vote now!
What’s blocking up traffic this weekend—and how to ride transit to it (or around it).
How far (or small) do you have to go for rent under $1K?
Instead of specific neighborhoods, this affects ‘urban villages’ across the city.
Plus: Which neighborhoods have the smallest units?