The non-profit creates comfortable spaces for those transitioning from homelessness
Seattle Magazine presents the Most Influential Seattleites of 2017.
On a walk through Rainier Beach, Steve Scher finds an old Seattle neighborhood that’s trying to hold on in the wake of gentrification.
The city's Navigation Center shows the difficulty in getting the chronically homeless in stable housing.
Are we losing our hipster cred?
A bold experiment to create a neighborhood of residents from different income and demographic backgrounds seems to have worked.
An invasion of national firms has changed the home-building market here.
New units are hard to come by and that’s not likely to change anytime soon.
Looking for a newly built, ‘traditional’ single-family home in the Seattle market? Good luck with that.
The system didn't work for Lisa Sawyer.