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CHS History | Pedestrian-only Pike/Pine, Boren bike death, a new Capitol Hill bear bar

CHS first shared the plans from the boys at Diesel this week in 2011 (Image: CHS)

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



With Seattle City Hall flag raising, new stripes for Pride in 2018

City clears way for start of construction on Capitol Hill Station development project — UPDATE: Groundbreaking June 19th

Seattle’s floating bike shares: Most are parked just fine, thanks, and pretty much nobody is wearing a helmet



Laughing Buddha moving into new home at Broadway and Pine



This design agency is renting out its Capitol Hill office to The Real World

Meet the Capitol Hill woman set to take over as editor of The Stranger



Pedestrian-only streets in Pike/Pine planned for trial run this summer



Police: 29/King double murder case has Capitol Hill connection, additional suspects

What happens when 88 affordable apartments join thousands more less affordable apartments coming to Capitol Hill?



New retail study reveals secrets of business on Broadway — and why we’ll never have a Target

Steinbrueck makes his case for mayor with slow-growth base on Capitol Hill — ‘It’s not Not in My Back Yard’

The current state of (not) biking on Broadway — and the coming-soon Broadway Bikeway



Bicyclist in Pike/Boren collision dies from injuries

Travelers making way for gaming cafe on E Pine

Can’t save ’em all — 1020 E Union developers say preserving Pravda building doesn’t pencil out



Capitol Hill food+drink: New bear bar coming to 14th, Vermillion bday, Stumptown ‘sellout’

What’s wrong with the retail space at John Court?



Spotted on the Hill: Cameron Crowe

When it comes to bringing new businesses to Broadway, Joule has its work cut out for it

The battle for Terra Plata: Legal fight pits restaurant against Melrose Project developers



Old School is now in session

The Lookout neighborhood bar/pub plans to open June 19th

The First Church Becomes a Convert: Cheapest unit in Cap Hill project is $925 grand

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