Capitol Hill Community Post | Free neighborhood Pumpkin Patch Pop up on First Hill

From Birch Road Cellar Let’s celebrate fall! Join us for a socially distanced Pumpkin Patch Pop-Up hosted by our friends at Birch Road Cellar and Burke & Butler Real Estate (Windermere Mount Baker Seattle). Kids, dogs, families are welcome to a complimentary pumpkin and family photo with our professional … Continue reading

At Vito’s, celebrating ten years of a restored First Hill classic

On September 18, First Hill’s iconic nightclub and Italian restaurant Vito’s quietly passed its 10 year anniversary under owners Greg Lundgren and Jeff Scott. A celebratory event wasn’t possible due to COVID-19 restrictions, and Lundgren and Scott were admittedly busy … Continue reading

Building a better Seattle with more artists, First Hill’s Museum of Museums set to open in November

The Museum of Museums is like many spaces we’ve missed during the COVID-19 era — full of interesting things we can’t quite see just yet. But as venues open again across the city, this new First Hill space of art … Continue reading

A celebration of the ‘everyday apple,’ rapidly growing Locust Cider opens First Hill taproom

A new taproom on First Hill is the latest outpost for rapidly growing Woodinville-based Locust Cider. The 16-tap cider bar and flatbread pizza joint opened earlier this month in new construction at Terry and Jefferson near Harborview. Started by brothers … Continue reading

Seattle’s ‘first affordable high rise in Seattle in more than 50 years’ set to break ground on First Hill

Plymouth Housing says its First Hill project to create Seattle’s tallest affordable housing building is ready to break ground and announced a new project to create a housing development and home for 12th Ave’s St. Francis House as part of … Continue reading

First Hill apartment and restaurant project proposed to rise 25 stories with ‘Nested Boxes’ design

A plan to create a 25-story building on First Hill with around 350 living units above a street-level restaurant space will be on the table Wednesday as the city’s design review process kicks back into gear after a summer break … Continue reading

Weigh in on $10M in upgrades to improve Freeway Park’s connection between First Hill, Capitol Hill, and downtown

With a new initiative underway to add new features to Cal Anderson Park recognizing the power of the occupied protest camp and Black Lives Matter movement of the summer of 2020, another central city park is also in the middle … Continue reading

21-story First Hill ‘Living Building’ up for design review

Seattle’s streamlined design review process seems destined to keep the city’s “stay home” population entertained. There is another comment deadline on a central city project up for administrative review this week. Today is the final day for comment on the … Continue reading