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This week in CHS history | Tour buses arrive on Capitol Hill, Seattle Freeway Revolt anniversary, Capitol Hill ‘dog lounge’ building fire

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



In a temporary tribute to Friends, Seattle now has a Central Perk coffee house on Capitol Hill

Somewhere along the way, Capitol Hill became part of the Seattle tour bus route

Here’s why WSDOT paid $1.9M for this Montlake house — UPDATE



50 years ago, the Seattle Freeway Revolt kept the Central District from being ripped apart

‘Coffee with Kshama Sawant’ — District 3 representative holds rare community meeting



Big, smoky fire scorches old Capitol Hill ‘dog lounge’ building

‘Wine lifestyle brand’ and marketer behind $6.35M Broadway building buy

SPD hate crime unit reviewing transgender attack in Capitol Hill restaurant — UPDATE



Capitol Hill man walking his dog dies after being struck by driver at Belmont/Bellevue

New Pike/Pine design and furniture showroom finds Plantation name worked in LA, won’t work in Seattle

Agreements clear Central District homeless encampment



Now open on Bellevue Ave: Kedai Makan’s wandering days are over

Capitol Hill rents still rising but relief — and a new idea — arriving for tenants in older buildings

Capitol Hill food+drink | First look at Ernest Loves Agnes



Behind the Grey Gallery lawsuit: The changing economy of Pike/Pine

CC Attle’s last days on Madison before moving to new Hill home

Overhauled Olive Way Gaybucks, neighboring Summit/John park on track for October openings

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