CHS History | Melrose/Pine preservation+development project, Chapel RIP, 12th Ave streetcar proposal


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

2017

 

The mayor of Capitol Hill 2017: Cary Moon Q&A


The mayor of Capitol Hill 2017: Nikkita Oliver Q&A

2016

 

Nobody hurt, big police response after Broadway gunfire — UPDATE

Seattle makes its push for ‘Rest of the West’ 520 recommendations

2015

 

Capitol Hill food+drink | Portland’s Sizzle Pie bringing Burnside hip and pizza brunch to E Union

‘Take back the neighborhood’ — Officials plan response to Central District gun violence — UPDATE

20 things CHS heard during Monday’s *hot and heated* Seattle rent control smackdown

2014

 

Booming rental market has kept phones ringing at Tenants Union — Plenty of calls from Capitol Hill

Block Party faces its future in a developing Capitol Hill

2013

 

Cluster of funky merchants clearing out for 12th/Pike development

‘Hoodies for Trayvon Martin’ Capitol Hill marches planned ‘every night’ to protest verdict

2012

 

At the heart of Pike/Pine preservation, Melrose & Pine project plans unveiled

Capitol Hill food+drink | Coastal Kitchen’s 20-year makeover, Cupcake Royale PAC, more matchmaking

2011

 

The Chapel closing a ‘landlord/tenant’ thing

CHS Schemata: Capitol Hill’s — and, therefore, Seattle’s — best building

2010

 

Reality check: Plan for Capitol Hill street food court on Broadway hits bumps

Council member Clark floats idea for year-round Pike/Pine block party

2009

 

SBUX is to Victrola as the Seattle Times is to CHS?

Broadway-12th Ave loop route for streetcar gets on track

Cap Hill bloggers to throw $10,000 party resurrecting legendary Pine

2008

 

What wouldn’t you open on Broadway?

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