The city’s most iconic buildings, parks, public art, and more for you to visit right now.
From beaches that will make you feel like you’re in California to top-notch theater productions geared towards the younger set, the Emerald City is full of things to do as a family.
This price point has a little bit of everything—including a beachfront basement, a First Hill two-bedroom, and a Belltown studio.
From fire trucks to gardens
It’s time to go salmon spotting—and these creeks and rivers are breathtaking places to witness the circle of life.
Bigger studios, smaller (usually) one-bedrooms
Give your pad a local makeover
Apartments, houses, and even storefronts
Turn your home into a jungle with these local shops, whether you’re an experienced green thumb or a beginning gardener.
Find a place that works for you
Would you rent an apartment by the market or a big Roxhill house?
Want a good fright? These Seattle spots—hotels, parks, even a few train cars—have many reports of strange happenings.
From West Seattle to Ballard, these markets stay open through the fall and winter.
If you had $2,500 to spend, which of these homes would you rent?
By getting to know the whales of the region, we have a better chance at understanding our impact on the Puget Sound and the animals which call it home.
The movie that put "grunge" and "rom-com" together did film here—although its map was a little off.
Take in the autumn scenery in some of Seattle’s most beautiful parks and gardens.
Seattle is teeming with artwork, both appreciated and not. Here are 30 places to check out, from a delightful dog mural to a transit-only art gallery.
Whether you’re new to biking, new to city biking, or just looking for a stress-free ride, here are some options from 1 to 6 miles.
Would you choose a cute place with a yard, a big place with a balcony, or the spot where it’s easiest to get around?
Sure, you could go climb a mountain—or you could check out a space with floor pads and no weather problems to speak of, or at least a rock close to home.
Because there’s never a bad time to brush up on your Street Fighter
Looking for a new spot for your pup to play? We have some ideas.
The Seattle recreational cannabis market has exploded, and it’s a lot to navigate. Here’s where to stop first.
For $2,900 a month, would you rent a one-bedroom, new-construction apartment—or one of a selection of vintage houses?
Seattle parks can basically replace a gym—for free.
For those who hate driving, and more importantly, those without a car who still want to access the region’s amazing natural areas, it’s possible to go hiking by transit both within the city and nearby.
Get outdoors, but not too outdoors, on the cheap, with cabins along the beach, in the woods—or even on a small island.
For $1,500 a month, would you rent a Pioneer Square loft or a two-bedroom in West Seattle?
The Puget Sound has so many beautiful gardens to explore.
No matter what flavor of multimodal you are, there’s a neighborhood for you in the Emerald City—no personal vehicle required.
Explore the nooks and crannies of Seattle with these hidden parks—from pocket parks to lesser-known gems.
Want a step up from blankets on the ground?
The goal is an environmentally friendly, reliable build that costs less than conventional construction
At a price point this high, there’s plenty to choose from, including a couple of West Seattle townhouses, a whole midcentury home in Magnolia, and a lakefront ADU.
Brand-new vehicles, going into service next year, have more leg room and additional bike hooks.
The weather is getting warmer and sunnier by the day, so it’s a great time to get outside and get moving.
At this price point, homes come in all shapes and sizes
Get out on the water on a kayak, paddleboard, canoe, or even a floating hot tub.