CHS History | Macklemore Broadway video shoot, Union debut, the Chapel RIP


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

2018

 

The Pike/Pine fallout from Meinert rape accusations

Union ready to debut in ‘a perfect gayborhood location’ on Capitol Hill — UPDATE


2017

 

Capitol Hill gay bar Purr’s new home? Montlake

San Francisco’s Good Vibrations acquires Capitol Hill-created Babeland

2016

 

DUI arrest after car plunges into Central District construction site

What kind of house $15 million will get you on Capitol Hill

2015

 

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

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

The (relatively) giant retailer coming to E Pike will be a… grocery store

2014

 

Block Party faces its future in a developing Capitol Hill

President Obama makes another Madrona visit

2013

 

Reddit, street closure fuel rumors of Macklemore Broadway Dick’s video shoot — UPDATE

Home selected for Capitol Hill’s parklet experiment — one of first three in Seattle

Changes at Q as club co-founder steps aside

2012

 

New 12th Ave Cherry Street Coffee owner says biz is hot (and woonerf ain’t even done yet)

$3 million sale of Broadway post office building a harbinger of change on Dick’s block

2011

 

The Chapel closing a ‘landlord/tenant’ thing

Marination Station gets surprise, unwanted Block Party visitor from above

2010

 

Scoop from the crowd: CHS commenters dig up new restaurant chain coming to Broadway

Taggers’ paradise at Bellevue and Pine serves as reminder of Hill’s stalled development

2009

 

“Inspired by Starbucks” 15th Ave Coffee and Tea: This time there’s free wi-fi

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