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Category: Neighborhoods

Amazon Towers Approved

As reported in the Seattle-PI, it’s official! The Amazon Twin Towers Downtown Seattle development located in the Denny Triangle area has been tentatively approved by Seattle City Planning and Development Department. With just a few minor design changes to go, we will see an additional 3.3 million square feet of office space in the next …

Seattle’s “Overwelming Disatisfaction” with Parking affecting Real Estate?

This might be just a coincidence with the article posted on the Seattle PI Blog yesterday. But today (Tuesday) is traditionally the day that Real Estate Brokers have “Broker Open Houses” in the Downtown, Belltown, and Pioneer Square areas. Except today when I checked at 8AM there is only one planned. There are currently over …

New Fremont Building Going “Deep Green”

An international construction company is planning to raise the bar of energy efficiency in Fremont by going “Deep Green”. It’s not a secret code name like the infamous “Deep Throat” title given to a newspaper source in the 1970’s. But it is a little used term to describe a sustainable design vision by the City …

Neighborhood Seattle Farmers Markets Website Tips

Seattle has at least 15 community markets at last count and it’s growing all the time. Some of them are more arts and crafts oriented, some try to sell a little of everything. The one thing they all seem to have in common, is a focus on products made or produced locally. The Neighborhood Seattle …