A law requiring landlords to accept the first qualified candidate is the latest Seattle housing law to get the green light.
STG, which operates historic Seattle venues like the Paramount, Moore, and Neptune theaters, has joined up with Historic Seattle to submit an offer to purchase the Showbox.
The initiative, which is leading by 10 points, would slash vehicle registration fees, but wipe out funding for transit and road projects—even voter-approved local measures.
A hotel slated for the block isn’t happening—so amid-rise building connecting an old and new skyscraper will look just a little different.
The historic building reopens in February with additional gallery space—and a new relationship with Volunteer Park.
By streamlining the building process for backyard cottages and attached apartments with pre-approved plans, the city aims to make projects simpler—and cheaper.
Now nearly 60 years old, the Monorail will finally accept ORCA cards—and even some transfers—thanks to an agreement between the operator and Seattle Center.
You can do it at a trot, you can do it at a gallop, you can do it on a Sounder train.
How Seattle is trying to get safe lots—programs that provide space and services for those sleeping in their vehicles—right
The fraught streetcar project just got a loan from the city to figure out exactly what it needs to keep going.
Bleitz Funeral Home is getting a new life as new office space springs up around it
The increase comes as the ferry system goes for a greener fleet. A low-income fare pilot is likely on the way.
After half a decade of planning, changes to laws governing backyard cottages are on the way—with more experimentation ahead on making them feasible.
After half a decade of planning, changes to laws governing accessory dwelling units—like backyard cottages and mother-in-law apartments—are on the way.
Our guide to the whole Pride weekend
Brand-new vehicles, going into service next year, have more leg room and additional bike hooks.
The city says it wants to find an equitable way to toll city streets
"Three people did not have to die"
Think you can do better than Pearl Jam?
The years-long effort to fight displacement is being put on paper
The historic Lake Union Steam Plant—recognizable from I-5 as the building with the Zymogenetics smoke stacks—is getting a new paint job.
An appeal to ADU reform wasn’t successful (this time)—and the city council is getting ready to fine-tune the policy
Legislation to make backyard cottages more accessible could also prevent future massive single-family homes
After a highly publicized preservation effort, a hearing date has been set.
It’s a big figure—but it’s the first decrease in the annual survey in seven years