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CHS History | Bauhaus block sold, April Fools’ past, Murray sex abuse lawsuit

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



Capitol Retrospective | Dodge’s Triangle: Seattle’s smallest known piece of private property

CHS sabbatical: Taking a break

Lawsuit alleges Murray sexually abused teen he met on Capitol Hill in 1980s



What the Piecora’s building will look like

As thousands walk new 520, Arboretum begins Loop Trail construction

18 things CHS heard at Sawant small business summit



Capitol Hill food+drink | Pike/Pine partners behind Lost Lake, Comet plan Italian restaurant and bar to replace Kingfish Cafe

Derschangigan’s brings Blooming’ Onions, Appletinis to Broadway



E Madison property home to Piecora’s sold to developer in $10.29 million deal

April Fooling? Costco Coffee signs go up at Broadway/Union — UPDATE: BEER



Pike character building in middle of art supply corporate merger

Capitol Hill gothic boutique says only a ‘miracle’ can save it — Plus, T-Mobile dials Broadway



Developer acquires Bauhaus building, plans half-block of Pike/Pine mixed-use

In Memory | ‘That guy you see painting with a canvas and easel all over Capitol Hill’



Driver and two children leave scene after 12th Ave rollover crash — UPDATE

CHS Pics: Pine/Pike prank



Goodbye, Chez Gaudy

Urban cohousing project planned near Cal Anderson



Unveiling the Capitol Hill Discount Dollar

Down with Tricon Global KFC, up with Rancho Bravo

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