The biggest public construction project in Seattle history should have built homes, schools and parks.
Business owners in the area say they won’t see the full impact of the bridge’s closure until the stay-at-home order is lifted.
If this is what it takes to secure a Section 8 housing voucher, it's no wonder voters are embracing socialism.
Proponents of increased density say it's better for the climate and housing affordability. Opponents worry about property values and the loss of traditional neighborhoods.
A Crosscut photographer finds inspiration in his young daughter's approach to the art form.
Meet the Seattle photographer who memorialized the last days of the waterfront highway.
As the company pledges another $250 million, a look at how its first $500 million has played out.
A slate of measures intended to support low-income residents and reduce homelessness awaits a vote by the city council.
Washington state lawmakers seek bipartisan policy solutions to keep up with growing demand for housing.
Washington lawmakers are looking to adopt statewide just-cause eviction protections during their upcoming 2020 legislative session, which starts Jan. 13.
In the midst of a housing crisis, some view the State Environmental Policy Act as a barrier to relief.
The city plans to incorporate braille and information about hill slopes in the signage revamp.
Appetite for lifting statewide restrictions on rent control has been minimal at the state Capitol. But some think that could be changing.
Managing an apartment building in the early days of the housing crisis, I got a glimpse of the old Seattle.
Voters gutted transportation budgets statewide in this year's election, but supporters of the effort to ease transit between Portland, Seattle and Vancouver, B.C., see a path forward.
According to a new study, nearly half of units in one downtown building were owned by anonymous entities.