The art deco building in Volunteer Park is getting upgrades—and the museum is getting more space
Humans aren’t even supposed to walk on that island, so pouring concrete is especially off-limits.
The art deco building is getting upgrades—and the museum is getting more space
The old-growth preserve will grow, thanks to a Seattleite who opted to sell his property to the city
It’s a public-private pavement park
More than 1,500 additional acres of Kitsap forest will be preserved
The Bothell City Council voted to buy the land last week
The public has less than a week left to comment.
What would you do with an old Navy building?
The Downtown Seattle area is about to have double the public basketball hoops: Two new hoops in Pioneer Square’s Occidental Park bring the total to four.
It’s not just because the current bathrooms are gross—the current facility, which features two gender-segregated facilities with stalls, carries serious safety concerns.
Celebrate with the Sounders on Tuesday
An upcoming open house is the latest chance to learn about a potential lid on I-5 in Seattle
Good day to visit Mount Rainier National Park and others
We wouldn't blame you if you drove or even walked right past Lakeview Place and missed it. Yet, at 185-square-foot, the tiny space stands out because of how little it stands out. The 0.004 acre-area is the smallest official park in Seattle.
PARK(ing) Day Plus+ expands the event for one additional day and allow participants to demonstrate creative street improvement ideas
The First Hill Improvement Association knows the best way to improve a community is with piglets
What version of NYC’s High Line or San Francisco’s Transbay Transit Center would make enough sense for the people of Seattle to sign on for?
The official results for primary elections are still being finalized but most of the decisions are pretty clear. Voters soundly rejected the elevated waterfront park plan and approved a $290M housing levy to help with affordable housing.
The first time anyone decides to walk, run, or cycle around Green Lake, they’re faced with an earth-shaking decision that could have dire consequences if the wrong choice is made. Should I go clockwise or counterclockwise?
With weather like this, you've got to get out of the house or office, even just for a little bit. If you're working downtown or close to it, there's probably a park or green space near where you are right now. The question is, do you know about it?
The weather is starting to turn for the better and that means it's the perfect time to get out there and explore the nooks and crannies of Seattle. We've mapped out twelve tiny or hidden parks that often fly under the radar