This home oozes luxury
While the physical building isn’t especially significant, it has a rich history in arts and community—and plenty of stories to tell.
Projects transforming the downtown skyline
The plan is to give the venue operators input on their new home
This stream has:
The viaduct’s coming down and the tunnel’s opening up
The building includes a gallery and stage for the art school
Imagine downtown without an I-5 shaped hole on one side
Houses and condos from the Denny Triangle to Mt Baker.
The project by California developer Laconia has been in development for more than a decade
There’s money, and then there’s yacht moorage money.
The tower is right across from an Amazon building-in-progress
Look inside the apartments and common areas
Downtown Seattle is experiencing explosive growth—but not all Seattleites have access to opportunity
Even fewer people are driving to the center city alone, even as jobs increase
It’s a conservatory and an office space—and symbolic of Amazon’s influence on Seattle
When do they open? What’s inside? How can you visit?
Here’s how the public can peek inside Amazon’s biophilic office facility.
As viewed from the Space Needle
What’s blocking up traffic this weekend—and how to ride transit to it (or around it)
The 312-unit tower will be 42 stories tall.
The 41-story, 429,000-square-foot tower next to Amazon offices will have 393 units.
With apartments, office space, and educational space
This addition to Amazon’s campus will feature a 24-story tower
A studio downtown, a cottage in Shoreline
The city’s ‘uniquely wacky’ street grids become abstract icons.
Here, people experiencing homelessness, mental illness, and addiction support each other through healing.
Nexus, a 41-story condo tower, will house a few high rollers: last week, the team behind the residences listed their top-floor luxury units.
Like the building itself, its modern role serving households earning less than 50 percent of the area median income merges Seattle's past and present.
The old Travelodge is coming down, but Mary’s Place will still have a rent-free home on the site.
Some have decided to celebrate Washington State’s trees in a super-permanent way: By getting the Washington State tree, the Western Hemlock, tattooed.
A city audit found seven figures left on the table
The Kinects residential tower is making a play for Seattle’s outdoorsy demographic with a mountaintop terrace.
Hundreds of people bought new condos over the weekend—even though their units won’t be ready for another couple of years.
The high-rise tower, which broke ground Tuesday, opens to public sales this week.
A modern corner condo looks over the heart of the city
This again, huh?
Seattle’s condo projects are filling up at a steady clip
Once known as AVA, this entire project has gotten bigger & taller