One policy gives priority access to new affordable housing. Another requires developers to replace units they tear down.
The family says this is retaliation for fighting redevelopment, while the City of SeaTac contends the owner hasn't paid rent on time.
A new coalition wants homeowners to lease space to developers, tenants to offset skyrocketing property taxes.
In an effort to prevent displacement, the Seattle City Council will likely pause all development on the city's few mobile home parks.
In the changing city, there is still one spot up north that has that old time feel.
A $6.9 million price tag for the storied gay club prompts nostalgia.
Seattle growth took a breather in 2018, but the sense of urgency remains.
Sound Transit believes it can.
The majority of homeless are unemployed, displaced and depressed — not people who will misuse a gift.
Rob Johnson is rushing to pass a new ordinance, but activists say it leaves the trees vulnerable.
A Rainier Avenue butcher shop offers an eye into Columbia City's roots.
New signs in local parks spark questions about who gets to design a neighborhood.
The Seattle I grew up in was far from perfect, but its recent reaction to the head tax has shaken me to the core.
Once a victory for advocates trying to preserve the Central District’s Black identity, proposals now show a different design at 23rd and Union.
The displacement faced by communities of color is a much bigger issue than the growth-related irritations bothering many Seattle residents.
How does one build a liberated space for showcasing and cultivating Black brilliance in a predominantly White city?