A small row of neighborhood businesses overlooking a cemetery is a pocket-size time capsule in a changing city.
The Horace Mann Building—currently home to Nova High School—is the district’s oldest, and perhaps most colorful.
While the physical building isn’t especially significant, it has a rich history in arts and community—and plenty of stories to tell.
‘Late for the Interurban’ keeps breathing life into iconic Seattle character J.P. Patches and his girlfriend Gertrude.
These 1920s and 1930s buildings cover the city in Tudor and Mission Revival style—especially in Capitol Hill.
Check into these storied, historic hotels—but never check out.
The former home of Auditorium Cleaners and Empty Space Theater was originally built as an Oddfellows hall—and continues to host iconic local businesses.
Check out the list below of our favorite potential football stadiums that didn't come to be and try to picture what it would be like if the Seahawks called Interbay, Seattle Center, or even Tukwila home right now.
Here’s what Bumbershoot used to look like, from umbrellas and rainbows to this year’s undersea theme.
For more than two decades, the Soviet leader’s likeness has been featured in this quirky neighborhood. And for just as long, the piece has been a source of controversy.
No, there are no sheep
Built as an offshoot of the Skinner Mansion, this home is a smaller slice of Millionaire’s Row.
Thanks to an innovative Canadian impresario who built a pass through the mountains—and an opulent train station to go along with it
How to eat, drink, get around, and explore
Before 1889, what’s now Pioneer Square was a whole different neighborhood.
30 years later, the under-bridge installation keeps close watch over its neighborhood’s identity (and a VW Beetle).
He doesn’t have a huge presence in the Pacific Northwest—but there are a few homes around.
This incredibly ornate Seattle Box is a city landmark
Think you can do better than Pearl Jam?
The historic Lake Union Steam Plant—recognizable from I-5 as the building with the Zymogenetics smoke stacks—is getting a new paint job.
It’s on a huge, remote-feeling plot of land just a block off the main drag
Don’t just get brunch. Here are 15 rain-or-shine ideas for things to do with your mom.
How a groundbreaking cleanup transformed a former gas plant—and created one of Seattle’s most beloved parks.
Washington State’s first registered female architect left her legacy all over the Puget Sound
The Eldridge Buick building at the corner of 45th and Roosevelt, like many historic buildings in Seattle, originally sold cars
The community-led development provides 115 units of affordable housing in a neighborhood fraught with displacement.
The concrete campus by the Seattle Center is still an active Seattle City Light facility
The Ballard museum got itself a national designation
An art project woven through Cal Anderson Park and nearby apartment buildings seeks to honor community and dismantle stigma
It’s part of the long, winding history of Aurora Avenue
Ivey Studio is known for hosting bars with bold paint jobs, but its history is much longer
The nomination follows a community-led preservation effort
The mural grew from a love of camels and stuck around thanks to television fame.