Here are the top stories from this week in CHS history:
One of Broadway’s ‘earliest extant buildings’ the next facing demolition plans in wave of redevelopment — UPDATE
A chain that lasted 10 years on Capitol Hill, Panera Bread set to close on Broadway
Clad in brick, concrete, and metal, design for five-story building replacing 15th Ave E gas station rounds into shape
With planned closure of Roy Street Coffee, Starbucks experiment on Capitol Hill will end — UPDATE
So, what happened to the Capitol Hill snowball road rage driver?
‘Rare central Seattle find’ — With $2.8M listing to sell some of its land, church neighboring Uncle Ike’s begins longterm plan for new home
112-year-old Capitol Hill building home to Club Z hits market for $2.15M
With a mix of Portland and Seattle flavors, Salt and Straw opens on Capitol Hill
The Murder of Tyrone Love
Shopping center developer’s big deal for 23rd and Union is off the table
‘Sellers’ market’ — The Ford Building, home to Elliott Bay Book Company, up for sale
Done deal: Vulcan pays $30.9M for 6 acres at 23rd and Jackson
Black Coffee, anarchist co-op that left Capitol Hill, calls it quits
On Capitol Hill corner ripe for development, cash-strapped assisted living home will close
Capitol Hill’s most dangerous places to cross the street
Ian Birk decision protest marches on Capitol Hill
Want to live in a Capitol Hill ‘bungalow’ cottage? One’s for rent
Another night of SPD protests comes to Hill
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