Local retailers can partner with local apartment buildings and offer customers parking right across the street.
Single-Family Zone Preservationists rely on a non sequitur argument against Seattle's pending upzones...
It's hard for liberal Seattle to grok that our friendly single-family neighborhoods, even with all those progressive "This house believes..." signs, are actually part of the problem.
The mayor's remarks after Charleena Lyles was killed by police.
Low-income workers don't traditionally work at the kind of businesses where ORCA Card programs are available—9-to-5 jobs at large employers versus service industry retail and restaurant jobs with irregular hours.
The Planning Commission is concerned that increasing [payment] requirements in areas with a high risk of displacement may have negative consequences on Seattle’s historically marginalized communities by stagnating growth, exacerbating housing shortages, and further limiting access to jobs, [and] housing,
The way to fight gentrification is by having integrated development and land-use policies that keep affordable housing in the mix in the first place instead of propping up symbols of another time.