Seattle

The 3 Most Expensive Seattle Homes Currently For Sale

Got $15 million burning a hole in your pocket?

Fantasize about this Capitol Hill mansion’s stunning views while playing the Powerball.

Stephen Strom

Seattle’s Most Expensive Homes: Urban Belltown Condo

Live the city life of luxury in this high-end condo.

Scroll through the above images of this swanky Belltown condo, the third most expensive Seattle home currently on the market, and check out the other top-priced homes here. 2821 2nd Ave. Apt. 2301, Seattle, WA 98121 (Belltown) Price: $13.8 millionBuilt in 1982Square footage: 5,732Bedrooms: 3Bathrooms: 5Listed by Realogics Sotheby’s International Realty Features: Terrace, endless views of Seattle…

Stephen Strom

Seattle’s Most Expensive Homes: Capitol Hill Mansion

Got NBA or tech-baron money? This could be your new $15 million crib.

The sellers are asking $15 million for this mansion on the Hill.

Stephen Strom

UW Engineering Students Take on Transit of the Future

Seattle to Portland in 15 minutes? UW engineering students may make it happen

Imagine traveling from Seattle to Portland in half the time it takes to get from downtown Seattle to Bellevue in rush-hour traffic. A University of Washington team of 35 engineering students is working to make this a reality with Hyperloop, a transit system that could zip Seattleites to Stumptown at up to 760 mph. In…

Elaina Friedman

Band of the Week: Lincoln Barr

Singer/songwriter Lincoln Barr, of Red Jacket Mine

Gwendolyn Elliott

Band of the Week: Dude York

With so much happening in Seattle’s bustling music scene these days, how do you even know where to start? Allow the highly trained culture curators of Seattlemag.com to help with Band of the Week. This week, guitarist Peter Richards of indie rock trio Dude York takes a crack at our questions. His Hardly Art-signed group will…

Gwendolyn Elliott

Seattle’s Pot Shops Get Fancy

Pot stores aren't all equal, but they're doing all right

Vela’s sleek interior. Experts predict U.S. cannabis sales will reach $50 billion by 2026, close to wine’s $50.8 billion

Tim Appelo

15 Ways to Survive Seattle’s Winter

Curling up with a good book in front of a fire isn’t the only way to get through Seattle’s long, dark winter. That works too, but we’ve found plenty of other ways to brighten your days

It may be dark outside, but the Fairmont Olympic pool downtown offers a warm space to welcome the day

Seattle Magazine Staff

2016: The WTF Year in Review

#manintree perhaps best summarizes the overall WTF zeitgeist of 2016

Seattle Magazine Staff with Jake Laycock, Rebecca Ratterman and Eva Seelye