Market-weary house hunters are finding reprieve in the City of Destiny and they are bringing the high prices with them.
Long dormant, the condo market finally shows signs of life. But who will be living in those towers?
Could better buses, robot cars, more bikes or congestion taxing make a difference?
The city has proposed sweeping zoning changes to promote "missing middle" housing.
The 2018 legislative session might have been one of the state’s most productive for housing and homelessness laws.
In King County, a one-bedroom apartment requires an hourly wage of $29.40, up from $24.02 a year earlier.
Seattle could be close to making it easier to build backyard cottages and mother-in-law apartments. Or not.