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CHS History | Tallulah’s born, Q Patrol, Canterbury sale, the dangerous light poles of 2010


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

2018

 

‘Please refrain from donating to panhandlers’ — Capitol Hill Uncle Ike’s sign targets handouts

That Brown Girl Cooks chef has ‘Seattle Soul’ plans for new Central District restaurant


Coworking giant WeWork coming to Capitol Hill in preservation incentive-boosted Kelly Springfield project — UPDATE

2017

 

Westman’s Bagels and Coffee bringing ‘morning culture’ to E Madison

Here’s what owner Stowell says about closing Anchovies and Olives

A blast from the past: Q Patrol resurfaces on Capitol Hill

2016

 

As plan for seven-story development takes shape, community looks to future of 23rd and Union’s Midtown Center

Man hit in leg in Pine parking lot shooting

2015

 

Vulcan in evaluation agreement, eyeing Central District’s Promenade 23

Group makes case for lidding I-5 to connect Capitol Hill to downtown with greenspace, housing

2014

 

Goodbye First Hill McDonald’s, hello 17-story mixed-use building  

Capitol Hill is gentrifying, indeed, but study shows Seattle’s ‘concentrated poverty’ is bigger problem

Harvard Exit’s future is preservation-minded restaurant and office development

2013

 

Artist’s car filled with art stolen on Capitol Hill

Neumos partner, Sam’s Tavern owner in new deal for old Canterbury

First look: Tallulah’s is Derschang-Modern at 19th and Mercer — Plus, Hello Robin opens

2012

 

Capitol Hill microhousing meeting frustrates loophole opponents

CHS Schemata | Sunset Electric’s transformative moment at 11th and Pine

2011

 

With light rail tunnel reaching Volunteer Park, will Capitol Hill hear the Montlake Murmur?

B&O Espresso apparently sticking around for 2012

2010

 

City finds three more dangerous light poles — 1 on Capitol Hill, 1 on First Hill, 1 in CD

Spotted: Polar bear on Pine

2009

 

Poll: Where should the streetcar run? – UPDATE: Live coverage from meeting


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