April 2017


Best Pocket Neighborhoods: Lakewood Park

Elsewhere in Seattle, old and new housing stand side by side


Best Pocket Neighborhoods: Whittier Heights

Goodies from Rosellini’s (formerly Honoré Artisan Bakery)


Best Pocket Neighborhoods: Endolyne

An eager client at Canine Casa groomers


A New Vision of Seattle Center Comes into View

From a new high school to a refurbished KeyArena, Knute Berger sees visions under way for the next evolution of Seattle Center

KeyArena, originally called the Coliseum, is one of several things at Seattle Center in play for an upgrade


Best Seattle Neighborhoods Without a Car

In some Seattle neighborhoods, it’s easier than in others to live without owning a car

Alan Durning hasn’t owned a car for years. He often gets around by bike, hauling groceries in the cart where his kids used to ride


Best Pocket Neighborhoods: Mount Baker Park

Making pizza at Mioposto


Why It’s Hard to Find a Condo in Seattle

New condos are hard to come by and that’s not likely to change anytime soon

Luma, one of the few new highrise condos built in recent years, sold out within months of completion

Next-Level Apartment Amenities

With so many apartment complexes competing for tenants, developers are getting creative when it comes to amenities. “We are absolutely upping our game,” says Amy Williams, regional development manager at Madrona Ridge Residential, the owner of the recently opened Angeline apartment building at the northern edge of Columbia City’s historic downtown. You’ll still find that…


Best Pocket Neighborhoods: Lake Hills

The old Lake Hills Shopping Center, transformed into the mixed use Lake Hills Village


Best Pocket Neighborhoods: 19th Avenue E

Hello Robin owner Robin Wehl Martin bakes a batch of cookies


Suburbs Go Urban: Seattle Area City Centers

Three Puget Sound–area suburban communities marry the best of big-city amenities to a small-town lifestyle

The ground floor of Riverpark houses services including Sola Salons and the Hyatt House Hotel with its Sip & Savor bar


University of Washington Books: A Press for Success

A literary star gives the 97-year-old University of Washington Press a new lease on life

Nicole Mitchell with some of her favorite books; she’s also launching UW Press’s first multimedia project, an indigenous-studies digital publishing program with audio and video components

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