Clair Enlow is a freelance journalist specializing in urban development and environmental issues. A Loeb Fellow (2002), she is also authoring Strange Land, a book about the engineered West.
An historic Seattle church is now a hot spot for events.
The designer of New York’s High Line will brings its vision — and a few lessons in human nature — to Seattle’s waterfront.
Could cross-laminated timber, or CLT, be the go-to material in the future?
You too can move to a nice urban neighborhood — in a suburb.
No matter how much you grieve for pre-Amazon Seattle, that company has proved that urban centers are not just banks for corporate square footage. They’re places to call home.
The city should be easy and welcoming to walk around. But in downtown Seattle, we have a long way to go.
File photograph of the Battery Street Tunnel in Seattle during the viaduct's semiannual inspection in 2009.