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This week in CHS history | 2019 snow, The Stranger leaves Hill, R Place loses lease, goodbye to Basic Plumbing


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

2021

 

It will be affordable and environmentally innovative but here’s why a neighbor is fighting plans for the cross-laminated timber Heartwood Apartments

Capitol Hill gay club R Place loses lease and begins search for new home


Sawant wants City Council to call on Olympia Democrats to not ‘undermine’ Seattle’s big business payroll tax

Capitol Hill Community Post | Tent encampments are here to stay unless …

2020

 

The Stranger, 11th Ave’s only newspaper, to leave Capitol Hill

‘Last vestiges’ — Fred Capitol Hill art space to close

More than 1,300 apply for 110 affordable apartments above Capitol Hill Station

2019

 

Hunters Capital plans five-story, 75-unit development for 15th Ave E Hilltop Service Station site

Ice days: Slippery sidewalks and roads across Capitol Hill — UPDATE

CHS Pics | Snow day on Capitol Hill — 58 images from an icy, slushy Monday

2018

 

Remembering the infamous red line of ‘Segregated Seattle’

Rocket Taco, welcome to planet Capitol Hill

Save the Chandelierium? City targets covered patio at Harry’s Fine Foods

Here’s why QFC is closing off its Harvard Ave entrances

2017

 

At Capitol Hill’s Starbucks Roastery, exit Tom Douglas, enter company’s Italian bakery investment Princi

Police: Fake FBI agent rips off nearly $130k in 23rd/Jackson robbery

At Capitol Hill’s Starbucks Roastery, exit Tom Douglas, enter company’s Italian bakery investment Princi

30+ Capitol Hill bars and restaurants to look forward to in 2017

Seven candidates file for Seattle City Council Position 8 race

2012

 

Capitol Hill’s auto row fades away | Mercedes dealership sold, will move off Hill

New Capitol Hill clubs should have you dancing by spring, ultra lounging by summer

300-foot First Hill apartment tower, 4-story Hilltop project come before design board

Goodbye, Basic Plumbing — Capitol Hill men’s club Tribe Seattle closes

 

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