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For many, Shoreline is just another suburb of Seattle with quiet streets, ample single-family housing, and auto-oriented shopping centers. But peel back a bit of history and you'll see that there's more to Shoreline. From the outset, the city was...
Seattle could soon be seeing another tree-like tower dot the skyline. Skanska USA, a large national development firm, has partnered up with the architects of Pickard Chilton to build a new 34-story skyscraper and podium structure in Downtown Seattle's West End. Called 2&U,...
http://youtu.be/7rmk9X0ZYto Seattle Building Permits Visualization by data.seattle.gov on YouTube. A short visualization of building permits in Seattle since 2006. This is astounding!
Woonerfs are designed to be living streets, giving space for pedestrians and bicyclists along slower moving cars. They feature traffic-calming measures such as curbless, non-linear streets, extra-wide sidewalks, wood decking with tables and chairs, interspersed pockets of parking, expanded...
A new residential development, named The Parsonage, is coming to the heart of the University District. Barrientos, LLC is planning to construct an 84-unit residential apartment building on the east side of Brooklyn Ave NE, just south of the intersection of NE 42nd St...
Editor’s Note: This is Part 1 in a three-part series on measuring the success of Seattle’s urban village strategy. For the the 22 independent indicators, see Part 2 and Part 3. In this article, Scott distills down some key background details from the report. Correction:...
The folks at the Seattle Depart of Transportation released an online public survey yesterday to gain public input on the Madison BRT project which will connect the Downtown Seattle Waterfront with First Hill and Madison Valley. (We previously covered...
A half block of Second Avenue could soon be home to a new mixed-use high-rise skyscraper called 121 Stewart.  This new tower proposal is nestled on the southwest corner of Second Avenue and Stewart Street, two short blocks from the...