Category: Pioneer Square

Gridiron is on the market! The 107-unit project in the historic Pioneer Square neighborhood of Seattle has begun pre-selling select homes.

read more

Life is busy at Pioneer Square. From building rezoning to preservation, the changes now occurring are fast, huge, and potentially historical.

read more

Among Seattle’s great neighborhoods are a dozen monthly Artwalks, and they’re ready for holiday shoppers! All types of media are featured, but most

read more

This month we have featured the Jackson Square Building as the building of the Month. We also have a new featured 1 bedroom plus

read more

If you’re looking for high-end industrial lofts, these are them. These lofts feature giant wood beams and most have 11 foot high ceilings.

read more

The Post Hotel was originally the Fischer and McDonald Wholesale Store. The 5-story brick building is square in plan with flat roof and

read more

Shut down due to building renovations, the Comedy Underground will reopen and offer tickets this Friday for $5.

read more

At the edge of downtown, where Pioneer Square, the International District and SoDo converge, the city comes alive with a rhythm all its own.

read more

Originally built in 1902, the Jackson Square Building has been everything from apartments, to several furniture retailers. The seven unit apartment

read more

The long anticipated Stadium Lofts, across from Qwest Field on Occidental Avenue, is planning on making presales available sometime

read more

Most all dictionaries define a loft as a storage area or attic. This can cause some confusion, so I scoured the Internet to find out everything I could

read more

We’ve yet to post anything on Stadium Lofts because the other local bloggers have done such a great job providing updates.

read more
Up Terms of Use | Privacy Policy