Thursday, 29 October, 2020
Years ago I spent a year teaching English in Nice, France, a short train ride from Monaco, a sovereign city-state on the French Riviera famous for its casino, Formula One Grand Prix, and status as a tax...
A new transit-oriented development (TOD) in Bellevue could happen on surplus property owned by Sound Transit. The transit agency is actively seeking private bids to develop a 6.88-acre parcel of land next to its Bellevue operations and...
In the mid-20th century, Northgate Mall was considered to be one of the most ambitious commercial developments in North America, if not the world. The "Fabulous Northgate" may not have actually been the world's first suburban shopping...
This morning The Seattle Times took a look at Seattle's parking market and did not like what they found. It appears some poor forgotten cars could be going without a roof over their heads. A relaxation of...
Seattle, King County, and Washington State growth rates all stabilized for the last year of this long decade. The Office of Financial Management's (OFM) April 1st population estimates are the first survey of 2019's...
We need homes. A lot of homes. Not just affordable housing, but also middle-income ones, and even luxury homes. I agree with virtually every word of Hayley Bonsteel’s excellent piece for The Urbanist titled "How to Finetune...
Seattle--and our region broadly--is in a housing and mental health crisis. Every day, we see the impacts of poverty, mental illness, and chronic health problems on our streets, along our highways, and in our neighborhoods. Whether you...
Last week, the Washington Department of Commerce released a report about the future of the Interbay Armory site. After months of deliberation, their blue ribbon advisory panel proposed to move the National Guard to North Bend, convey...