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Three foreclosed Pioneer Square buildings sold (Seattle Times) Canadian investors have acquired three historic buildings in Seattle's Pioneer Square — for about half what the previous owner paid four years ago. An affiliate of Seattle residential-developer Intracorp lost the buildings to foreclosure this year. Pioneer Square to...

I was out of the country all last week and never had the chance to post that on the blog. But I'm back and refreshed and should have a bunch of posts coming this week. Thanks! Jen...

The Seattle Times has a new article out titled "Planned Stadium Place tower a game changer:" The developers of part of CenturyLink Field's north parking lot are unveiling the first detailed designs for their project's first phase this week — including a 25-story apartment tower that...

Just a reminder that there is still some space to sign up for O'Crafty Night for this and next Thursday: Celebrate the holidays in Downtown Seattle’s Pioneer Square neighborhood by making a craft so cool, you can give it to someone other than your mom! (But...

Alaskan Way Viaduct to be partially closed Monday night (Seattle Pi) The Alaskan Way Viaduct's southbound lanes will be closed from Monday night to Tuesday morning between the Battery Street Tunnel and the West Seattle Bridge. Viaduct project gets its own museum (Seattle Times) Called Milepost 31, it...

I also shot a time lapse of the people walking through Art in the Park on First Thursday. I didn't know if I had it framed right, but hoped that I caught the fireworks from the Seahawks game -- and I did!  Not as many vendors...