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Madison Valley PCC Market getting another review
Thursday, October 20, 2016 1:44 PM
The Early Design Guidance Review Board will hold a second review meeting with developers and architects behind a proposed residential and commercial development at 2925 E. Madison St., where a PCC Market will sit between three stories of apartments and two levels of parking.
Design board admires First Hill Medical Office; Broadway project not so lucky
As Capitol Hill and First Hill continues to change and new developments increasingly pop up around the neighborhoods, two more projects went before the East Design Review Board last Wednesday.
Charlie's on Broadway closes again after year under new ownership
A little more than a year after the reopening of Charlie’s on Broadway, the new owners closed the longtime bar and restaurant, citing hard economic times in a letter posted outside the building.
Redwood owners considering return after completion of new development
Redwood owners Mat and Lisa Brooke were ready to close their bar, having already found a spot to lay down new roots in Port Angeles. Then developers of the seven-story apartment building that will replace the Redwood asked the Brookes if they’d like to come back.
Review board addresses massive Midtown Center
First the neighbors took stock of the super block Midtown Center project at 23rd Avenue and East Union. Then it was the East Design Review Board’s turn to cut the proposed development down to size.
Central District weighs in on Midtown Center
Keep the post office. The Central District has enough grocery stores. Create a Pike Place Market-style retail section. Put in a community play space. Design apartments suitable for families.
New Pike/Pine bag program means higher costs for some businesses
It’s been two months since the city adopted a dumpster ban in the Pike/Pine retail corridor of Capitol Hill. While Seattle Public Utilities reports the new garbage bag program has been running smoothly, not all businesses are happy about the increased cost.
Much to wine about
A few years back Capitol Hill couple Samuel Hilbert and Alex Oh were tired of waiting for a neighborhood wine shop, so they decided to create their own.
Capitol Hill Passive House design passes narrowly
The East Design Review Board narrowly passed a recommendation for the city’s potentially first multifamily Passive House project on Wednesday, after Curtis Bigelow constructed a long list of arguments for blocking 1300 East Pike.
Another new development planned next to Capitol Hill light rail station
More new development around the Capitol Hill light rail station is on the way, with a proposed project to raze the three-story apartment building at 1831 Broadway and construct a six-story mixed-use apartment building in its place.
City People's Garden Store may remain through 2017
While a four-story mixed-use development that will include a PCC Market in Madison Valley hangs in design limbo, the future owners of City People’s Garden Store have announced they’re in negotiations to remain on site through 2017.
Central District affordable housing development going back for design recommendation
Capitol Hill Housing’s proposed Central District affordable housing development will go before the East Design Review Board on Wednesday, Nov. 30.
Harvard Hotel preferred option not review board's first choice
A preferred option for a mixed-use development near the Capitol Hill light rail station, proposed to be part hotel and part microunits, didn’t click with the East Design Review Board on Wednesday, Nov. 9.
Gnocchi Bar closing shop on 12th
Gnocchi Bar owner Lisa Nakamura said she took six months to consider renewing her lease at the corner of 12th and Pine in Capitol Hill, but ultimately decided to close down this month.
Third chapter for Ada's Technical Books & Cafe
Ada’s Technical Books & Cafe is preparing for the next chapter on 15th Avenue East, adding a science-themed events and workshop space out back.
Postal Plus moving over rent hike
Ed Zhang has been handling Capitol Hill residents’ mailing needs for more than 17 years, but is now looking for an affordable new location after finding out his rent will double when his current lease expires at the end of March.
Capitol Hill Housing, partners hosting Liberty Bank subcontracting meeting
Liberty Bank partners and contractor Walsh Construction will host a subcontracting meeting 6 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 15, at Centerstone, 722 18th Ave.
THS wants to be good First Hill neighbor
Steve and Jen Calozzi moved their Italian Family Pizza restaurant from downtown to First Hill this summer. Since then, the Calozzis have made headlines for speaking out about problems they’ve faced with the homeless in the area.
Let it Bean a new take on Broadway classic
Coffee seekers on Capitol Hill can now get their fix at Let It Bean, the newest incarnation of the stand at the corner of Broadway and East Harrison Street.
Uncle Ike’s Capitol Hill opening softly this week
After a long time in the making, Uncle Ike’s will have its soft opening Friday on 15th Avenue East, becoming the second pot shop to hit Capitol Hill.
Harvard Hotel proposed across from Capitol Hill light rail station
Capitol Hill is fairly devoid of lodging options, but that appears about to change with a proposed development across from the Capitol Hill light rail station and directly north of Seattle Central College.
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