CHS History | Harvard Exit future, Youth jail County Council vote, Sugar Pill apothecary opens

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



What’s next for Capitol Hill’s Harvard Exit: a new home for the Seattle Consulate of Mexico

112-year-old Capitol Hill building home to Club Z hits market for $2.15M

40 years at Central Co-op: People? Yes. Self-checkout? Probably not.



An eviction on 12th Ave leaves woman’s possessions on the street

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



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

Capitol Hill food+drink | Challenged by construction, boosted by events and private parties, Zoe leaving restaurant biz

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



Swedish to group opposing expansion: ‘Cease and desist’

Despite protest, County Council votes to build new youth detention center



Anti-gentrification protesters target corporate shuttles on Capitol Hill

Barefoot Ted’s laptop vehicle revolution starts on Capitol Hill



First look — Von Trapp’s brings bocce, beer bier and brats to 12th Ave

Capitol Hill Half Price Books to close



Jumper’s Bridge — State says no plans for suicide barriers on Capitol Hill overpasses

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



SugarPill Capitol Hill: Apothecary and mercantile boutique opens on Pine

CHS Schemata: Capitol Hill’s Secret Cottages



Korean movie shoot comes to Broadway

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



Linda’s turns 15: Where were you in ’94?


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