Washington State’s first registered female architect left her legacy all over the Puget Sound
A studio by Pike Place Market or a big one-bedroom in Greenlake?
The concrete campus by the Seattle Center is still an active Seattle City Light facility
A cute, vintage two-bedroom or a snazzy new one-bedroom?
This lofted contemporary has layers of views
An energy-efficient studio or a vintage one-bedroom?
Go on; let it out.
With half-timber and water views
The city and county added some extra capacity as temperatures drop below freezing
This 1907 condo got a posh update while keeping vintage details—including a fireplace
A house in Bitter Lake or an Uptown loft?
An in-city studio or a two-bedroom to the south?
The vessel was transformed from a boring, dilapidated barge to a thoughtfully designed home
Apartments in Capitol Hill, First Hill, and more
A Capitol Hill studio or two bedrooms in West Seattle?
Red outside. B&W inside. And, room for art
No need to photoshop the Needle into these photos
The $700 million project was designed to court NHL and NBA teams
It’s not just a cute name: The building formerly known as the Center House even still has a secret shooting range in the basement
Developer Pastakia + Associates plans to repurpose the historic building as part of the four-story project
The photo op starts just after Thanksgiving
Custom woodwork makes this studio shine
The space gets high marks for its tall ceilings and historic features
One last chance to walk, run, or ride this February
Ornate Victorian mansions were among the initial styles to be built by some of the region's wealthiest landowners and businesspeople.
What’s blocking up traffic this weekend and how to ride transit to it (or around it)
Tucked atop a big, historic window
The $700 million project can move forward—with completion scheduled for 2020
Featuring 14-foot windows
A Ballard studio or a Greenwood two-bedroom?
Get started on your journey through the city’s cornucopia of publicly sanctioned skate spaces.
The long-awaited retirement of the doomed stretch of SR-99 has a date
Frasier’s regular locations weren’t real, but what gets the closest?
Lake Chelan is not pronounced "Lake shah-LONN"
It doesn’t exist—but if it did, how many millions would Frasier’s place command?
A Queen Anne one-bedroom or three bedrooms in the Rainier Valley?
What’s it doing? It’s a mystery!
Travel rapidly between these homes and downtown
Grab some roommates?