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May the Fierce Be With Y...

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Everyone's favorite Unpageant is back to crown another queen. Miss Bacon Strip is one of the wildest, funnest nights of the year, and we hope to see you there.
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For The Love of 2700 4th...

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Real estate is a people-oriented profession, and one that keeps us active around Seattle. Beyond the client interactions, we really get to know certain buildings and the people there. One of our favorites in 2700 4th Avenue, and we want to share some of the reasons why.
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The Eastlake Attraction:...

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It's not like Eastlake is a "best-kept secret," but you often don't hear much about it, in spite of many great attractions there. Residents may prefer it that way, and keep the fun to themselves, but we have to rave a bit about this great Seattle neighborhood.
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Dining on Jackson: Explo...

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Seattle's Central District has always had an active community, but it has changed significantly with the city's growth spurts. The recent demolition of the Promenade Plaza on Jackson Street and 23rd Avenue was seen as the end of an era by many longtime residents. And when the large, mixed-use complex on that site is complet...
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Spring to Summer: Soakin...

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We are so excited for warm weather again, and all the events it brings in Seattle. This is especially true in Uptown Seattle, including Belltown and Lower Queen Anne.
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The Best of Maple Leaf: ...

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Maples! Maples everywhere! The signage around the Maple Leaf neighborhood always reminds you where you are...not just Seattle, but MAPLE LEAF, Seattle.
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The Sweet Life in Bitter...

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Seattle is known for being surrounded with natural beauty. It is a magnet for outdoorsy types, from pro skiers to weekend campers. Some neighborhoods in Seattle are tailor made for people who love being close to an outdoor outing all the time. Bitter Lake is one of the best.
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Team Diva’s Guide ...

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We love Seattle in all of its grey glory. It is a city filled with introverted nerds who like to go places and sit quietly next to people. We have more bookstores per capita than any other city. We are way more into theatre and films than San Francisco. And the city is a bit kinky. More on that later...
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Post-Viadoom: Live it Up...

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The viaduct is officially closed, and the neighborhoods adjacent to it are set for big changes in the coming years. What are some of the best attractions uptown now?
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Broadway North: A Full D...

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Broadway on Capitol Hill is more than a thoroughfare. Back when Capitol Hill was more explicitly a bohemian, queer community, it was the center of business, from the Pike/Pine corridor all the way up to the Broadway Market, now a QFC.
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