5 hours ago
Natural gas odor
6 hours ago
CHS caught up with Aurea Astro and Raider at the Holiday in the Park event at Volunteer Park. Raider is a pit bull/lab mix who is about seven. Raider is usually never without her ball but lost it on the way to the park that night. Aurea and Raider were united on Christmas Eve two years ago and so far “it has worked out” for the both of them. If you find Raider’s ball, let us know.
13 hours ago
Broadway and Denny’s coming soon Starbucks
16 hours ago
Inside Pike Victrola’s roasting room (Image: Victrola Roasters)
29 hours ago
Automatic fire alarm
30 hours ago
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41 hours ago
‘Pick two of your favorites from these images’ — Take this survey to help shape the next decade of Capitol Hill development
In November, CHS reported on the process to update the Capitol Hill Design Guidelines — Rule #1: No ugly buildings, we quipped. The guidelines, which haven’t been updated since 2005, serve as a neighborhood-specific vetting framework for projects that go through the city’s broader design review process. These guidelines inform how design review boards evaluate the exterior aesthetic of proposed projects (the guidelines include metrics such as building materials and building shape).
45 hours ago
Seattle City Council fans, grab your popcorn. The new committee assignments are out and you’ll be seeing some familiar faces in new roles in council business in 2018.
45 hours ago
Design review: Pratt Fine Arts Center development in the CD, ‘upscale’ small efficiency project on Capitol Hill
A development set to create market-rate housing and reshape a key block of Central District arts and culture and a project that proves Capitol Hill microhousing is not dead will both take their debut bows in front of the East Design Review Board Wednesday night.