The affordable, mixed-use development is looping in its neighbors from the jump
30 years later, the under-bridge installation keeps close watch over its neighborhood’s identity (and a VW Beetle).
The community-led development provides 115 units of affordable housing in a neighborhood fraught with displacement.
Cities everywhere are changing, but that’s not Seattle
Rumor had it that the little house was finally coming down—but the developer says it’s sticking around long-term
The area includes parts of the Hilltop neighborhood and the Dome District
The new limits take effect in 2019.
Those are ZIP codes with 10 percent or more homes valued at $1 million or more.
Nostalgia—with all its conflicting good and bad—is the foundation of Ghosts of Seattle Past: An Anthology of Lost Seattle Places. Published in April, it is a collection of essays, interviews, photos, and comics about Seattle places lost to time, cost, and change.
City Councilor Tim Burgess hopes to prevent "a mass turnover of existing rental housing stock into short-term rentals."
The community-led development at the former site of the Liberty Bank Building is getting closer to breaking ground—and the art that will adorn the building is starting to come to life.
An interactive platform by the University of Richmond called "Mapping Inequality" looks into just that. Specifically, it digs into the mother of all redlining resources: Home Owners’ Loan Corporation (HOLC) maps from the Great Depression.
Starting Monday, certain Central District businesses and developments received "citations" outlining that they were guilty of a "karmic infraction."
Buy a house for one-quarter the price of Seattle's market? Yep. Artists are doing it - on the other side of the mountains.