Try these day and weekend trips to villages, islands, arts enclaves, and mountain towns.
Turn your home into a jungle with these local shops, whether you’re an experienced green thumb or a beginning gardener.
Stock up for Halloween and get your pumpkins before they're gone.
Take your tent on a beach vacation.
Does your idea of an outdoor adventure involve transit?
For when you’ve had enough rocks
Get ready for pretty courtyards and big views
Seattle is packed with great comic book stores to explore.
Located in Kent, this home lets trees become the walls
An in-city studio or a two-bedroom to the south?
Mobile home communities are few and far between in our expensive housing market—but some residents are finding a way to stick around
By partnering with private apps, Metro hopes to encourage more people to carpool
How do you feel about microstudios?
Five models will be sent on South King County’s longest, hilliest routes
Build your skills
Even more people are unsheltered in the county—especially those living in cars
It’s the local chain’s first location in South King County
The former treatment center will be able to house 200 people, including kids with complex medical needs
The suit seeks to create an abatement fund to address necessary changes to infrastructure, like stormwater management, bridge maintenance, salmon recovery, and public health.
Whether the cost of a trip is going up or down depends on your trip length—and fare type.
From North Admiral to Tukwila
From Renton to Kent
How far—or small—do you have to go for rent under $1,000?
What’s blocking up traffic this weekend—and how to ride transit to it (or around it)
Even fewer people are driving to the center city alone, even as jobs increase
The other bathroom is Studio Ghibli-themed
The DOJ has threatened to subpoena 23 cities, counties, and states
A one-bedroom in Algona or a studio in Everett?
It’s been two years since Seattle declared a state of emergency
The century-old former house of worship could be your actual house
Rustic and refined coexist in old growth forest
What’s blocking up traffic this weekend—and how to ride transit to it (or around it).
Affordability meets minimalism, naturally.
Pull in the sun with a solarium, skylights, and lots of windows.
April showered the market with enough homes that picking five favorites wasn’t easy. Here are five that range from sweeping estates to impressively efficient tinies.
This property is designed to be a formal fantasy inside and out, so make sure you have plenty of time to look around.
What would you rather have, an old house or an old ferry?