Dec

04

Winter on the Horizon

When the temperature drops, and it’s really cold, and it snows, and the snow sticks for days even in the city, and the days last about as long as a televised Seahawks game – especially when you add in the before and after commentary, we think it’s winter. It looks like winter and it feels […]

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Oct

28

Gold in Them Hills

The pressure on real estate prices this year in Seattle has been steady, unrelenting. Buyers (and their brokers) keep wishing for more inventory and less competition. And while some have adjusted their expectations downward in accommodation, others have decided to broaden their horizons and travel a little bit out of the center where you can […]

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Jul

19

U District Roost

Whether you desire a pied-à-terre or a perhaps a more permanent pad, this University District condominium home is worthy of consideration. Check out its high walkability score and how easily accessible it is to now and future transit. But this unexpectedly elegant building delivers even more. High end finishes include hardwood floors and slab granite […]

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Jun

29

Somewhere Over The Rainbow

Welcome to Seattle’s 40th anniversary of Gay Pride celebration in our famously tolerant city. All week-end long it has been loud, proud, and very, very colorful around here.  

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