The city is creating a so-called 'community preference policy,' meant to help keep low-income residents from being pushed out of their gentrifying communities.
After years of process, the city council loosened regulations to build accessory dwelling units and tightened them on McMansions.
The Emerald City wants to implement a transportation solution that is equitable. Without viable alternatives to driving, that might be impossible.
The city is instituting new rules, increasing fines and encouraging creative uses to prevent developers from leaving buildings empty.
For 13 years, neighbors have opposed the city's plan for the former Army post. The Seattle City Council on Tuesday brought that battle to a close.
The hundreds of planes flying over Beacon Hill are more than annoying — they're a health risk. But residents are gathering data in hopes someone will listen.
New eviction laws cap late fees and give tenants 14 days to pay back rent, among other protections.
Let Mossback play Dante as we navigate a rush hour inferno.
In other cities, congestion pricing has improved traffic and increased transit revenue. But equity concerns remain.
A new fund will let cities and counties keep $51M in sales tax revenue for low-income housing construction and maintenance.
The "menu" of options approved by legislators includes more backyard cottages, duplexes, triplexes everywhere and apartments near transit.
A new Crosscut/Elway Poll finds that newcomers are more likely pro-Amazon, while longtime residents are more inclined to feel left behind.
Through good times and bad, the city has proven that it can rethink, retool and rebuild.
Rise Up Belltown rallies to secure Tula's, a historic music venue.
City officials and the owner of the property are close to an agreement that could allow Seattle more time to salvage the historic venue.
With UW's Project Sidewalk, volunteers look for broken sidewalks and missing curb ramps that make the city inaccessible for people with disabilities.