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In Wallingford, Vision and Memory, Luck and Loss

The “Visions of Wallingford” project poses a question: “How does a neighborhood learn?” It’s one that strikes me as both fascinating and important.  It’s important because...

Walking Tours and a Documentary Aim to Create a Community Vision for Wallingford

Seattle is in the midst of preparing for a major updated to its Comprehensive Plan, the document that will guide the city's growth and...

Stone Way Building Boom Continues at Edge of Fremont and Wallingford

The transformation of Stone Way, the arterial street delineating the official border between Fremont and Wallingford, continues with another spate of projects. One of...

Honor Wallingford’s Streetcar History by Building Transit and Dense, Affordable Housing

Beginning with my great grandmother, three generations of women in my family lived in a craftsman home that has since been flattened into the...

Spot Fix: Bus Lane Improvements Planned for Wallingford

An extended transit-only lane is in the planning process for Wallingford. The Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT) is proposing a small rechannelization of N...

The $70,000 Bike Lane Not Coming to Wallingford

With the news that the Move Seattle levy will only deliver half of the protected bike lanes that voters were promised, it's worth reflecting...

City Council Sells Wallingford Site to Dunn Lumber and Weighs UW Campus Plan Amendments

On Monday, the Seattle City Council approved disposition and sale of a City-owned brickyard (3819 4th Ave NE) next to Dunn Lumber in Wallingford....

How SDOT’s Plans for Green Lake and Wallingford Can Go From Good to Great

The City of Seattle is currently near 60% design for paving and multi-modal improvements to major arterial streets in the Green Lake and Wallingford...