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This week in CHS history | Dreams of the Capitol Hill gondola, First Hill McDonald’s demolition, Unicorn birthday, Amazon Go arrives on Hill

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



Surrounded by taller buildings with room for more people on all sides, two 1906-built houses set to finally make way for development on Bellevue Ave E

One struck and killed, driver to hospital in 10th Ave E crash

Police respond to armed man reported at 23rd and Yesler Catholic Community Services building — UPDATE

A plan in COVID-19 limbo: Pike/Pine’s big Glossier Seattle showroom



Amazon Go Grocery now open on Capitol Hill

You’ve heard about H Mart, here’s how the rest of Capitol Hill Station’s mix of retail, food, drink, daycare, and new home for the farmers market is shaping up

A chain that lasted 10 years on Capitol Hill, Panera Bread set to close on Broadway

Celebrating 10 years in the Capitol Hill circus, The Unicorn readies its big top-sized second location



Good news for Capitol Hill Station riders as Metro buses prepare to exit Downtown Seattle Transit Tunnel for good

Life on Mars will create ultimate Capitol Hill DJ mix: vinyl with cocktails, beer, and a plant-based menu

CHS Pics | The new ‘selfie’-checkouts at the Broadway Market QFC

Seattle’s alt-weeklies are dead (and thanks for subscribing to CHS)



Hot Mama’s — the funniest pizza joint on Capitol Hill

Seattle student walkouts planned in response to Parkland school shooting



Big property deal set to reshape Capitol Hill’s somewhat sleepy 15th Ave E

McDemolition: First Hill fast food franchise set to make way for 700-Big Mac-tall apartment tower

Sorry, Andrew Jackson, Seattle should rename its street named after you

Sun Liquor moving distillery off Capitol Hill



Would you ride the Capitol Hill gondola?

With ‘the most daily deals’ in Seattle, Groupon cuts off Hill’s Thomas Street Bistro

Capitol Hill taggers’ paradise finally set to be torn down


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3 months ago

Just curious: I love these “this week in history” posts but I also wonder what happened to the 2013 – 2016 posts? I notice they are always missing in these recaps.