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  • WSDOT releases Montlake Market survey results

    Neighborhood business’ fate remains uncertain as SR 520 Bridge replacement looms

    It is feasible to preserve the Montlake Market and still reconfigure Montlake Boulevard during the next phase of the SR 520 Bridge Replacement and HOV Program, but it will add millions to the project.

  • When hiring a contractor, start early and choose wisely

    Working with a contractor sounds daunting, but it doesn’t have to be. Prepare for your next project with these useful tips.

    The process of hiring a contractor can be very stressful. But if you take your time and do your homework before hiring, you can save a tremendous amount of time, money and anxiety, and still achieve great results.

  • Growing Safe Harbor

    Interbay tiny house village expands, adds facilities for residents


    When Interbay Village opened on the Port of Seattle’s Tsubota property near the Magnolia Bridge in 2017, there were more residents than there were tiny houses, so a number of them moved into dormitory-style tents.

  • Safeway redevelopers ready to begin design process
    Residents give feedback at March open house

    Developers behind plans to level the old Queen Anne Safeway and replace it with a store double its size, with roughly 280 apartments on top, took community feedback one last time on Tuesday before proceeding with designs for the project.
  • Review boards clear Midtown Commons

    Lake Union Partners to begin two-year construction in July

    After four rounds of critical review of the Midtown Center superblock redevelopment, Lake Union Partners received the green light on Wednesday to proceed with the master use permit process.

    
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  • (StatePoint) The warmer weather means it’s time to start thinking about home improvement projects. Whether you’re getting your home in tip-top shape for your own enjoyment, or getting it ready to put on the market, not all home improvement projects are created equal when it comes to return on investment (ROI).
  • After an extraordinarily cold winter in Western Washington, many garden owners will want to know what to do about the damage to many of our not-completely-hardy shrubs. With many of our broadleaf evergreens, it’s common for their leaves to turn brown or black and eventually fall off. The plants themselves are probably still alive. To check, use a hand-pruner blade to peel back a little bit of the “skin” to see if the cambium layer just beneath is alive (green) and not dead (brown). If alive, it’ll probably flush out with a new set of leaves. So, don’t panic if your shrub looks dead. Wait and see.
  • Protecting tenant rights through increasing the length of eviction proceedings is part of eviction-reform legislation, currently in the state House of Representatives.

    The House Committee on Civil Rights and Judiciary heard public testimony on Engrossed Substitute Senate Bill 5600 on March 19.
  • What is the ingredient “fragrance”?
    “Fragrance” is an ingredient - often times multiple ingredients - rolled under the singular-sounding ingredient listing. The ingredient(s) contained within the term “fragrance” do not need to be specifically listed. Therefore, when you see the word “fragrance” in an ingredient list, it is likely a variety of undisclosed chemicals.
  • When hiring a contractor, start early and choose wisely

    Working with a contractor sounds daunting, but it doesn’t have to be. Prepare for your next project with these useful tips.

    The process of hiring a contractor can be very stressful. But if you take your time and do your homework before hiring, you can save a tremendous amount of time, money and anxiety, and still achieve great results.

  • Growing Safe Harbor

    Interbay tiny house village expands, adds facilities for residents


    When Interbay Village opened on the Port of Seattle’s Tsubota property near the Magnolia Bridge in 2017, there were more residents than there were tiny houses, so a number of them moved into dormitory-style tents.

  • (StatePoint) When it comes to your home, you only get one chance to make a great first impression -- and that takes place before anyone ever steps inside, making curb appeal upgrades an effective way to beautify your home while boosting its value.
  • After a long, cold winter, with record breaking snowfall, Spring has finally arrived in Seattle. But Spring has not only arrived on the calendar, or in the gorgeous northwest gardens beginning to erupt in glorious colors, it is also evident in the blossoming real estate market.
  • WSDOT releases Montlake Market survey results

    Neighborhood business’ fate remains uncertain as SR 520 Bridge replacement looms

    It is feasible to preserve the Montlake Market and still reconfigure Montlake Boulevard during the next phase of the SR 520 Bridge Replacement and HOV Program, but it will add millions to the project.

  • Safeway redevelopers ready to begin design process
    Residents give feedback at March open house

    Developers behind plans to level the old Queen Anne Safeway and replace it with a store double its size, with roughly 280 apartments on top, took community feedback one last time on Tuesday before proceeding with designs for the project.
  • Review boards clear Midtown Commons

    Lake Union Partners to begin two-year construction in July

    After four rounds of critical review of the Midtown Center superblock redevelopment, Lake Union Partners received the green light on Wednesday to proceed with the master use permit process.

  • Why prepare for a disaster?
    I confess: it took me a while to embrace the idea that our household should have supplies and a plan in place in case of an emergency.

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