Two recent articles on urban living in Seattle if you haven’t already made the plunge.
The Seattle Times, Booming Belltown a draw for urban aficionados:
“The general consensus from Belltown people is they pretty much hate it,” said King, referring to seemingly never ending construction of high-rise condominium and apartment buildings in his neighborhood.
Capitol Hill’s Pine Street, haven to hipsters and homos alike, rarely sees a sleepy night. Testament is the hot dog cart on the corner of Pine and Boylston, present seven nights a week.