There’s a new onramp to the new tunnel—but it’s been here all along!
Cities everywhere are changing, but that’s not Seattle
A new WSDOT video shows how the roadway stacks up
As viewed from the Space Needle
This pig was headed for auction, but wasn’t having it.
Watch the chickens 24 hours a day on the building’s "coop cam."
Nearly four months after completing its journey into the disassembly pit after digging the two-mile-long State Route 99 tunnel, tunnel-boring machine Bertha is half-dismantled.
The old Travelodge is coming down, but Mary’s Place will still have a rent-free home on the site.
Amazon’s biospheres have been in development for a few years now, and it looks like they’re finally taking shape inside.
Northwest Film Forum will host films and discussions on building real, virtual, and augmented worlds.
In case you missed the big moment
The Kinects residential tower is making a play for Seattle’s outdoorsy demographic with a mountaintop terrace.
If you've ever wondered what goes into crafting a cool chalkboard wall design, wonder no more. The interesting story behind this 91-year-old Green Lake house is told using the chalkboard wall in the living room and we get to see how they did it.