Seattle development news
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.
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.
Projects transforming the downtown skyline
Bleitz Funeral Home is getting a new life as new office space springs up around it
The organization has long operated under a "Housing First" model.
The affordable, mixed-use development is looping in its neighbors from the jump
The years-long effort to fight displacement is being put on paper
The plan is to give the venue operators input on their new home
Meanwhile, the interior of the old Key Arena has been stripped, ready to be demolished, save for the roof.
The opening follows a dramatic restoration
The brand-new buildings incorporate two historic structures: the Troy Laundry Building and the Boren Investment Building.
The community-led development provides 115 units of affordable housing in a neighborhood fraught with displacement.
Maybe more like a pillar-house
The long-rumored decision follows questions about Amazon’s future in Seattle
The order strengthens a years-long effort to fight displacement
The dramatic restoration is nearing completion
Olympic Tower will house an additional 72 luxury units
The building includes a gallery and stage for the art school
Developer Pastakia + Associates plans to repurpose the historic building as part of the four-story project
Some groups are going to bat for 6% of single-family zones.
The neon-wrapped corner building was originally an auto showroom
The mayor didn’t stand in the way of recent City Council legislation, but expressed concerns
Modular structures will be used in three projects: with at least one in Seattle and one in Shoreline
Affordable housing provider Capitol Hill Housing and music education nonprofit JazzED
This loops the building in with the Market for 10 months, giving the city longer to think about a solution.
Complete with a Katy Perry stamp of approval