Editor’s Note: A Gang of Green
Sustainable building and adaptive reuse increasingly dominate Seattle’s building landscape
Though Climate Pledge Arena generates most of the headlines, the real push to combat climate change in Seattle is nestled into neighborhoods across the city. This issue alone contains no fewer than four stories detailing the efforts by neighborhood advocates and developers around either sustainable building or adaptive reuse, roughly defined as repurposing old buildings for the…
The Eastside Edge
Here's why the Eastside market is booming
With housing prices at record highs throughout the Puget Sound region, prospective buyers are understandably nervous about making the plunge. Bellevue, Redmond, Kirkland and other Eastside suburbs may offer the best opportunities for homebuyers concerned about protecting equity, investors seeking to maximize return, or young professionals positioning for future employment. The “Zoom boom” notwithstanding, large tech…
Fashion-Forward Real Estate Agents Talk Personal Style and Success
Scott and Sean Bautista’s polished styles and successful careers in real estate prove that two heads are better than one
On Scott Bautista (left in first photo): suit: Suitsupply, Bellevue; pocket square: The Tie Bar; shoes: Thomas & Vine. On Sean Bautista (right in first photo): suit: Suitsupply; shoes: Salvatore Ferragamo, Bellevue; bracelet: Nordstrom, downtown
2 Weeks Left to Secure a Tumble Creek Homesite
Your chance at Suncadia Resort's private community ends soon
Sponsored by Tumble Creek at Suncadia On the sunny side of the Cascades, 80 miles from downtown Seattle, Suncadia Resort has a well established and cherished legacy. Its private residential enclave, Tumble Creek, is equally beloved by those familiar. Members of this gated community and its club have the best of both worlds. Their own exclusive 2,600-acre…
The Vanishing Dream of Owning a Single-Family Home in Seattle
Looking for a newly built, ‘traditional’ single-family home in the Seattle market? Good luck with that.
Residential development in Seattle’s Ballard neighborhood is emblematic of the trend toward packing two or more dwellings onto what used to be single-structure parcels.
Fort Lawton Homes Celebrate the Summer in Seattle
sponsored by Fort Lawton Summer is the most glorious time of the year in Seattle, and there’s no better place to celebrate summer than Fort Lawton, in Discovery Park. Only four homes remain for sale at Fort Lawton, three of them priced below $2 million. Summer days (and evenings!) are the best time to visit…
Why Fort Lawton’s Historic Seattle Homes are Unique
sponsored by Fort Lawton Envision a luxury home that’s historic, but updated with the latest systems and conveniences—that’s located in Seattle, but planted in the middle of an enormous seaside park. This is what you’ll find at Fort Lawton—and, after recent price reductions, three of the four remaining historic Fort Lawton homes are now priced…
Seattle’s Most Expensive Homes: Laurelhurst Estate
This waterfront property has plenty of room for your yacht.
Scroll through the above images of this Laurelhurst estate, the second most expensive Seattle house currently on the market, and check out the other top-priced homes here. 3054 E. Laurelhurst Dr NE, Seattle, WA 98105 (Laurelhurst)Price: $14,880,000Built in 1928Square footage: 7,683Bedrooms: 5Bathrooms: 5Listed by Coldwell BankerFeatures: Waterfront estate on Lake Washington, outdoor courts, private dock…
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