The Lid I-5 movement has some designs that bring to life how the city could make up for past mistakes.
Responding to complaints, Seattle DOT is removing planters from the 2nd Ave bike lane.
We asked an expert to deconstruct Seattle's new architecture.
Richard Haag, a leader in the fight against unchecked urban development, has died.
Amazon, homelessness, progressive politics: What really defines this city?
Seattle isn't a leading bike city anymore, but can this help it get its title back?
The city is considering a tax on downtown residents to pay for the final $200 million of its shiny new waterfront plan.
What did the original Space Needle design look like? Mossback has a secret artifact.
Seattle could be close to making it easier to build backyard cottages and mother-in-law apartments. Or not.
The designer of New York’s High Line will brings its vision — and a few lessons in human nature — to Seattle’s waterfront.
Greenwood’s Taproot Theatre Company fears the impact new city parking law could have on business.