CHS History | Seattle Women’s March 1.0, First Hill Streetcar launch, Elysian acquired

First Hill Streetcar service began this week in 2016

Here are the top stories from this week in CHS history:


Women’s March stretches from Central District to the Seattle Center — UPDATE: 120,000

After 41 years, Dilettante leaving Capitol Hill

Closure on 19th Ave E: Ernest Loves Agnes — but only for a few more nights


Date set for opening of Capitol Hill Station, start of U-Link service — UPDATE: 3/19/16

CHS Pics | Take a tour of E Union’s Tiny House Village

75 years later, streetcars return to Capitol Hill


Anheuser-Busch acquires Elysian Brewing Company — including E Pike brewery

Soul sisters did it their way for 18 years at Capitol Hill’s original Kingfish Cafe

Broadway OfficeMax is closing in February


Not much preserved when Pike/Pine preservation projects dig in


Another large bank — Wells Fargo — pulls in on Broadway

250-unit Pike/Pine redevelopment project finally gets OK on design

First look: Kedai Makan set to counter Capitol Hill bar crawl cravings


Capitol Hill murder victim identified — UPDATE

With more down to earth prices, The Sanctuary returns to Capitol Hill real estate market

Civil 10th/Union: Activist to wed Hill warehouse slated for demolition — UPDATE: Chase 5 charges


Man ‘unarrested’ after agreeing to pay for ripped pants in Broadway restaurant coupon row

Capitol Hill food + drink notes: Secrets of the Bleu Grotto, CC’s delay, Izilla cafe?


Report: Man shot on Boylston near Roy

New ‘Americana’ bar Still to open this Saturday


Pike’s Grill’s $30k legacy

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