Nostalgia—with all its conflicting good and bad—is the foundation of Ghosts of Seattle Past: An Anthology of Lost Seattle Places. Published in April, it is a collection of essays, interviews, photos, and comics about Seattle places lost to time, cost, and change.
It's bold and orange on the outside, and doesn't stop there. This tiny house in the Central Area has distinctive paint schemes in every room. At only 700 square feet, they didn't have to do it to keep you from getting lost.
Vulcan Real Estate, Hewitt Architects, and Runberg Architecture Group are bringing their plans for a massive development at the southeast corner of 23rd Avenue and Jackson Street before the design review board tonight for early design guidance.
If it were up to Legacy Partners, they'd already be getting designs approved and starting the construction process on a 400-apartment, mixed-use complex at 23rd Avenue and East Union Street in the Central District.