Alchemy's proposal for 40 small efficiency apartments in Wallingford could get the green light at its Design Review Recommendation meeting on Monday. As tenants feel the pinch of rapidly climbing rents, we need more projects like this one to...
The Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT) is considering changes to on-street parking regulations in Wallingford. The neighborhood has two Restricted Parking Zones (RPZs), which set time limits on certain blockfaces for non-RPZ passholders. SDOT conducted a parking utilization study...
The Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT) installed a new bike lane in Wallingford a week ago. The one-block bike lane should provide a welcome measure of safety to people biking in front of Dick's Drive-In, a bustling burger joint....
Seattle City Council candidates Teresa Mosqueda and Jon Grant will expound on their platform will special attention to housing at a forum organized by Welcoming Wallingford. Paul Chapman will moderate and field some questions from the audience. Welcoming Wallingford--of which...
On the former site of Bill The Butcher in Wallingford, Alchemy Investments is planning a mixed-use project with a large storefront and approximately 43 apartments across a spectrum of sizes from small efficiencies to one bedrooms. What they aren't...
Wallingford is booming around Gas Works Park. AMLI Partners recently opened twin apartment buildings with 239 units, and the big Northedge office building (pictured above) is mostly completed and has been filling up quickly. Rapidly-growing data visualization software company Tableau rented up...
Welcoming Wallingford is a new group seeking to engage in the Housing Affordability and Livability Agenda (HALA) dialogue in the Wallingford neighborhood. This is a cross-post from Wallyhood. Here in our wonderful, walkable Wallingford, we’re neighbors. Some of us have...
Washington Department of Transportation (WSDOT) announced last week that the Burke-Gilman Trail would be closed in Fremont until November, but recanted this week after a bit of backlash. The reason for the closure was that WSDOT wanted a storage...