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CHS History | Bauhaus (2012) and Piecora’s (2014) blocks sold, April Fools’ Days past, Capitol Hill Discount Dollar

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



Up against rent boom and affordability crunch, residents worry about plan to change 1924-built Royvue into microhousing

Club Z building sells for $2.9M but no word, yet, on what comes next

Seattle cuts parking requirements near transit, ‘unbundles’ costs for carless tenants in new buildings



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

CHS sabbatical: Taking a break



‘Undervalued’ — $23.5M sale of 23rd and Union block mired in family legal fight

What the Piecora’s building will look like

18 things CHS heard at Sawant small business summit



Capitol Hill Block Party lineup released under new brand celebrating Pike/Pine’s blocks

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



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/Pine’s booming bar scene comes at a price for gay nightlife



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

City clamps down on Capitol Hill arts collective, vintage shop

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



CHS Pics: Pine/Pike prank

Capitol Hill food+drink: Varro says ciao, Roy Street downsizes, NW Film Forum adds booze



Goodbye, Chez Gaudy

Budget cuts loom for Seattle Parks: Volunteer Park Conservatory could be victim



Unveiling the Capitol Hill Discount Dollar

Sitka (and more) destined for Melrose redevelopment

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