CHS History | Corporate shuttle protests, Capitol Hill Half Price Books RIP, Mamnoon revealed

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



Shopping center developer’s big deal for 23rd and Union is off the table

12th Ave auto shop will make way for apartment and restaurant development

‘Sellers’ market’ — The Ford Building, home to Elliott Bay Book Company, up for sale



Black Coffee, anarchist co-op that left Capitol Hill, calls it quits

With one six-story apartment building at 23rd and Union now open, here’s what the second will look like

Residents call for protected street parking in busy blocks around ‘greenest office building in the world’



With gunfire joining sounds of construction, 23rd and Union property owner tries simple measures as bigger changes loom

Chophouse Row lines up mobile tech company Glympse for Pike/Pine marketplace + office development



Anti-gentrification protesters target corporate shuttles on Capitol Hill

Win a *walk* under Capitol Hill through the light rail tunnel



Capitol Hill Half Price Books to close



Streetcar <strike>2013</strike> 2014 — Construction to begin in April

Capitol Hill food+drink | Mamnoon secrets revealed, Goose work begins, tech titans eat 12th Ave



Capitol Hill’s most dangerous places to cross the street

Ian Birk decision protest marches on Capitol Hill

As 17th and Galer turns: Latest from the Volunteer Park Cafe dispute



Cops on the hunt for roving group behind two late night attacks

Capitol Hill’s Bullitt Mansion for sale + January Hill real estate stats

Vegan place coming to Broadway courtesy of the Squid and Ink folks – UPDATE

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