CHS History | Rainbow crosswalks debut, Cafe Solstice arrives on Hill, Belmont Ave ‘biohazard’ house


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

2017

 

Warby Parker latest big brand with plans to join Pike/Pine

Capitol Hill Community Post | Broadway has a new Pride organizer


2016

 

The Old Sage closes after owner’s $2.4M bankruptcy filing

Demolition clears the way for Broadway Whole Foods and 16-story apartment building

2015

 

Mayor Murray set to unveil ‘Rainbow Crosswalks on Capitol Hill’ — UPDATE: Unveiled!

After 39 years, Charlie’s owner Ken Bauer gives his regards to Broadway

2014

 

Capitol Hill’s Anhalt castle revived to past apartment glory

Cafe Solstice arrives — again — on Capitol Hill

2013

 

‘Seattle’s top startup’ grows off Capitol Hill

2012

 

SPD tangles with student debt protesters on Broadway

Pike/Pine digital animation studio hit in $50,000 burglary

2011

 

First look: The plans for Q, Broadway’s new gay dance club

Capitol Hill food+drink: Altura new on Broadway, Melrose adds shellfish shop, Oasis RIP

2010

 

City going to court to have Belmont Ave ‘biohazard’ house demolished

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