What are they building?

Showbox...
MyNorthwest Staff

Showbox supporters mounting opposition to demolition proposal

Seattle's Showbox concert venue is slated to be torn down to make way for a 44-story tower with apartments, retail, and parking. The venue has hosted a range of legendary music acts.
3 years ago
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MyNorthwest Staff

City documents reveal Ballard is getting a Target

You could argue Ballard's character has been quickly declining as massive apartment buildings and town homes replace single-family homes and locally-owned businesses.
3 years ago
Sound Transit, mass transit ridership, affordable housing, light rail...
MyNorthwest Staff

Hundreds of affordable housing units slated for Seattle light rail stations

Sound Transit announced three affordable housing projects around Seattle light rail stations at a time when affordable housing is rare in the city.
4 years ago
secondary cities, seattle sustainability...
MyNorthwest Staff

Seattle’s Uptown neighborhood is growing up

Seattle's Uptown is the next neighborhood targeted to allow taller buildings with the aim of creating more affordable housing.
4 years ago
Alaska Airlines, Sitka...
MyNorthwest Staff

Alaska Airlines could soon be flying out of Everett

Alaska Airlines could soon fly commercially out of Paine Field in Everett if everything comes together.
4 years ago
KIRO Radio Newsdesk

Undeveloped land worth millions up for sale in Seattle

Just what will happen now that an undeveloped 17.8-acre plot of land is for sale in Seattle's hot housing market?
5 years ago
Sounders...
MyNorthwest Staff

Sounders, Tacoma Rainiers a step closer to soccer-specific stadium

The Seattle Sounders and Tacoma Rainiers have reached a Memorandum of Understanding in an effort to build a "soccer-specific" stadium.
5 years ago
sr 99 tunnel...
MyNorthwest Staff

Road work continues in tunnel after Bertha finishes digging

Bertha has bored the SR 99 Tunnel, but that is one part of the project -- which turns out to be much, much more than a mere tunnel.
5 years ago
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Kipp Robertson

Lake City Way trailer park to be demolished

A number of "exceptional trees" will be preserved within an area located just off Lake City Way, but the mobile homes and existing buildings won't be saved.
5 years ago
Denny Substation...
Kipp Robertson

Denny Substation certainly isn’t ‘typical’

The new Denny Substation is far from typical. Anyone who has walked or driven past could mistaken it for one of Amazon's projects.
5 years ago
suzzallo library...
KIRO 7 News Staff

Starbucks to open cafe in UW’s Suzzallo Library

The University of Washington and Starbucks are teaming up to create a coffee shop inside one of the campus' libraries.
5 years ago
building, South Lake Union...
Kipp Robertson

What will replace nearly-historic South Lake Union landmark

The Row House Cafe, made up of three bungalows, will be demolished to make room for more apartments in Seattle's South Lake Union neighborhood.
5 years ago
Dick's Drive-In, Renton...
Kipp Robertson

Should be no surprise ‘the south’ won in Dick’s contest

After Dick's Drive-In announced it wanted to build a new location either east or south of Seattle, residents scrambled to vote for the next restaurant.
5 years ago
Alderwood Mall, sears...
Kipp Robertson

‘Entertainment/food village’ will envelope Sears at Alderwood Mall

The space in Alderwood Mall previously occupied by Sears will become what city documents are calling an "entertainment/food village."
5 years ago
Whole Foods...
KIRO 7 News Staff

Whole Foods abandons controversial West Seattle store

A controversial Whole Foods that was to be built in West Seattle's Junction is no longer happening.
5 years ago
dive bar...
Kipp Robertson

Another popular dive bar closes for micro-housing

A dive bar that was a staple for the working-class in the University District closed for the last time on Friday to make way for more micro-housing.
5 years ago
downtown seattle, crane, race, building, crane race...
MyNorthwest Staff

More than $4 billion in construction underway in downtown Seattle by year’s end

The Downtown Seattle Association found there was $4.4 billion in construction going on in the area by the end of 2016. That's four times as much as in 2010.
5 years ago
Linc's Fishing Tackle...
Kipp Robertson

Staple of Seattle’s fishing community is nearing its end

The owner of Linc's Fishing Tackle says he will close his business in the near future, but it is not because of big box stores.
5 years ago
totem lake mall...
Kipp Robertson

Fancy new Kirkland mall moving forward

After years of neglect, Totem Lake Mall in Kirkland is undergoing a major upgrade. And it's expected to negatively impact traffic.
5 years ago
McDonald's...
Kipp Robertson

McDonald’s on First Hill is slated for demolition

The corner of Minor Avenue and Madison Street will no longer be a place to grab a quick bite to eat at McDonald's. New apartments will soon replace it.
5 years ago
Mill Creek sports arena...
Kipp Robertson

Mill Creek sports complex gets the thumbs up

A new sports complex and family fun center in Mill Creek received approval from the hearing examiner recently. Here's the plan.
5 years ago
U-Village...
Kipp Robertson

What is behind the white walls in the U-Village?

What's currently going on behind four large, white walls in the U-Village isn't much different than what is happening around the rest of Seattle.
5 years ago
Sea-Tac...
Kipp Robertson

Major Sea-Tac expansion project begins Friday

Crews are preparing to break ground on a major project at the aging North Satellite terminal at Sea-Tac. The project will cost millions.
5 years ago
Prospective bidders and journalists get an up close look at Key Arena during a tour Wednesday, Janu...
Josh Kerns

Prospective developers kick the tires on KeyArena

It was like a real estate open house at KeyArena Wednesday as city officials hosted an official tour for companies interested in bidding on a remodel or rebuild.
5 years ago