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Category: Parks and Recreation

New Waterfront Views Once the Viaduct is Gone (are gonna cost you!)

Everyone has thoughts about what the Downtown Seattle Waterfront should look like one the Alaska Way Viaduct is demolished. Many people, from businesses to developers have been excited about the fantastic views that are going to open up. But guess what? It’s going to cost you! That’s right, the City of Seattle plans on taxing …

Using WalkScores and Other Scores Together

Many people have heard of Walkscore.com, and use it to tout the “Walk-ability” of a neighborhood. It’s a bit of a fine line for agents to talk about this. “Walking distance” to or from a property is prohibited in marketing materials by Federal Fair Housing Laws based on non-discrimination requirements about disability. But without being …

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 …