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  1. Capitol Hill Community Post | Community agreement on 23rd Ave...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 17 | Capitol Hill Blog

    Mayor Ed Murray will send legislation to City Council to implement a community vision for 23rd Avenue and Mandatory Housing Affordability requirements at key intersections with Union, Cherry and Jackson streets in the Central District. "Generations of families and people have called the Central District home, making enormous contributions to Seattle's heritage and identity," said Mayor Murray.

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  2. Homestead Seattle grows into new space in Pike/Pine, sprouts new plant shop on E Olive StRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 3, 2017 | Capitol Hill Blog

    The folks behind vintage furniture and design brand Homestead Seattle have been growing all sorts of things. Their design shop is about to grow into a larger, much more prominent space.

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  3. 'Contemporary furniture' retailer Blu Dot opening showroom on Capitol HillRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 3, 2017 | Capitol Hill Blog

    Minimalist but friendly, Blu Dot is bringing one its few worldwide showrooms to an auto row building on Capitol Hill that has been home to furniture before. CHS has learned that the Minneapolis-headquartered furniture, design, and lifestyle brand will open a Seattle showroom on the corner of Pine and Crawford Place in the Colman Automotive building that is currently a whir of construction activity for a seismic overhaul and tenant upgrades.

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  4. CityMD making plans to add to Broadway's healthcare boomRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 3, 2017 | Capitol Hill Blog

    The future version of Broadway around Capitol Hill Station continues to take shape. A big part of it will be keeping an influx of new residents healthy.

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  5. Seattle's March for Science will start on Capitol HillRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 3, 2017 | Capitol Hill Blog

    Cal Anderson's role as a center of protest against the Trump administration will continue and Earth Day 2017 will take on even greater meaning as the Seattle component of the nationwide March for Science will start in the Capitol Hill park: The march will gather in Cal Anderson on Earth Day morning April 22nd before stepping off for a journey to the Seattle Center's International Fountain. "Science is the best method we have for understanding the world.

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  6. Capitol Hill Community Post | Battle at 23rd & Union - 'Displacement Stops Here'Read the original story w/Photo

    Mar 27, 2017 | Capitol Hill Blog

    Central District, Black community members watched as armed police swarmed the business complex on 23rd and Union. This complex also houses Black Dot, a black-owned epicenter for tech and entrepreneurship.

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  7. Seattle Fire responds to reported double overdose inside Pike/Pine barRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 5, 2017 | Capitol Hill Blog

    While many of Capitol Hill's OD emergencies happen in stairwells and parking garages, the emergency response Saturday just before midnight came in the middle of the Purr Lounge on 11th Ave where one person was reported down inside the bar unconscious and unresponsive. Almost all of @SeattleFire Station 25 out tonight in front of Purr and Grim's.

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  8. Capitol Hill's next landmark: Broadway's Eldridge Tire CompanyRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 5, 2017 | Capitol Hill Blog

    Word is the Capitol Hill Historical Society is exploring what it would take to put plaques in front of every official City of Seattle landmark in the neighborhood. Once the city council eventually signs off on the designation, the society will need one more for Broadway's Mission Revival-styled Eldridge Tire Company .

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  9. Seattle Academy's 'vertically-oriented middle school' set to rise above 13th and UnionRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 5, 2017 | Capitol Hill Blog

    Schools remains a growth industry on Capitol Hill. With a live stream of the building-crunching action of the start of demolition on the school's Facebook page , Seattle Academy began construction activity Tuesday on its new $48 million Cardinal Union building on E Union just up from 12th Ave. The Seattle Academy of Arts and Sciences, a private school for grades 6-12, will be expanding its presence with what is being touted as the "first vertically-oriented middle school in Seattle."

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  10. CHS Pics | Gandalf in the alley, General Organa on Pine, Comicon in SeattleRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 9, 2017 | Capitol Hill Blog

    Maybe someday soon, Emerald City Comicon can be even bigger . But we like it best when the cosplay spills out of the halls of the Washington State Convention Center and onto the streets below Capitol Hill.

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  11. Madison BRT, now RapidRide G, rounding out pedestrian, bike elements...Read the original story w/Photo

    Feb 9, 2017 | Capitol Hill Blog

    Seattle is ready to put the final design touches on a powerful new east-west public transit corridor set to be carved out of Madison from downtown through First Hill and Capitol Hill to MLK. The Madison Bus Rapid Transit project will be known as the RapidRide G Line when it begins serving riders along its 11-stop route in late 2019.

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  12. Why Capitol Hill's newest restaurant - and plenty of others - are adding service chargesRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 9, 2017 | Capitol Hill Blog

    Chef and owner Brian Clevenger is celebrating the opening of Contadino and its sibling pizzeria on 19th Ave E. While he would prefer to talk about fresh pasta and pizza, he, like a growing number of Capitol Hill food and drink owners, is answering questions about an italicized note at the bottom of his menus notifying diners of a "5% service charge" that is "distributed in full to the employees you do not see" - While pro-labor advocates call the new crop of service charges added by owners like Clevenger protests of " the fact that they have to pay their workers a living wage ," the Contadino restaurateur says he is trying to find a new path to solve an issue close to his heart.

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  13. Visitors says goodbye, for now, to Capitol Hill's Seattle Asian Art MuseumRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 9, 2017 | Capitol Hill Blog

    As Capitol Hill's Seattle Asian Art Museum welcomes hundreds of visitors this weekend for a last round of free tours before closing its doors to make ready for a multiyear construction project, none will know exactly when the park's cultural center will reopen and what shape a planned overhaul and expansion to the 84-year-old building will take. As visitors get a last chance to enjoy Tabaimo: Utsutsushi Utsushi, or Terratopia: The Chinese Landscape in Painting and Film, and Ai Weiwei: Colored Vases, officials have yet to work out a perspective that moves the project forward.

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  14. Design review: Country Doctor's 19th Ave E expansionRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 9, 2017 | Capitol Hill Blog

    A crucial Capitol Hill project for one of the city's only providers of nonprofit, low-income health care will take what should be its final step in the Seattle design review process Wednesday night. The Country Doctor Community Clinic's plan will create a new four-story building on the site of its 19th Ave E offices: The new facility will provide medical services including a new dental clinic, and expanded services for WIC , Maternity, HIV and Chronic Pain.

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  15. 'Save Our Post Office' - 15th Ave E meeting to help Postal Plus find a new homeRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 9, 2017 | Capitol Hill Blog

    As what could be the biggest change for the street in decades plays out, the community around 15th Ave E's shops and restaurants is coming together to help make a smaller change in the neighborhood work out for a longtime neighborhood business. In October, CHS reported that mailing and package services stop Postal Plus was faced with doubling rent and needed to find a new home .

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  16. Capitol Hill Community Council holding benefit for Bellevue mosque damaged in fireRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 9, 2017 | Capitol Hill Blog

    Next week, the Capitol Hill Community Council is expanding its neighborhood borders to help the Islamic Center of the Eastside in Bellevue, which is raising money to rebuild after a January arson attack. "We wanted to really dedicate our time and basically give our space to other folks in our community that are hurting or being targeted," said CHCC president Zachary DeWolf .

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  17. From Melrose to 19th, Capitol Hill Chamber launches campaign to...Read the original story w/Photo

    Jan 26, 2017 | Capitol Hill Blog

    The Capitol Hill Chamber of Commerce is ready to start its campaign to build a $1.6 million a year program to help fill empty store fronts, attract visitors, expand street cleaning, improve public safety, advocate for affordable housing and improved service from City Hall , and make local attractions like Cal Anderson Park more inviting. Now the nonprofit just needs 390, or 60%, of some 650 commercial property owners to sign on to its plan to expand the neighborhood's Business Improvement Area across Broadway, 12th Ave, 15th Ave E, 19th Ave E, Melrose, Olive/Denny, and Pike/Pine.

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  18. There probably isn't a Capitol Hill restaurant bubble, right?Read the original story w/Photo

    Jan 26, 2017 | Capitol Hill Blog

    CHS ended January reporting on " 30+ Capitol Hill bars and restaurants to look forward to in 2017 ." We also spent a lot of the month reporting on a wave of closures at Capitol Hill bars and restaurants - some of them more surprising than others.

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  19. Here's how much the City of Seattle spent to license Pac-Man for its Capitol Hill pavement parkRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 26, 2017 | Capitol Hill Blog

    Along with our questions about the logistics of the pavement park program, CHS asked the Seattle Department of Transportation about any licensing arrangement required for Summit at Howell at E Olive Way's Pac-Man Park . It's all about fair use, a spokesperson tells CHS: SDOT worked closely with attorneys on evaluating this installation under the Fair Use Act provisions.

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  20. Next chapter for Kingfish Cafe: Contadino Restaurant and PizzeriaRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 26, 2017 | Capitol Hill Blog

    The next stories for the old Kingfish Cafe space on 19th Ave E will include two intertwined tales from chef/owner Brian Clevenger . Clevenger, who opened Vendemmia in Madrona in 2015, will transform the shuttering Ernest Love Agnes into Contadino Restaurant on one side and Contadino Pizzeria on the other: Brian Clevenger, chef owner of Vendemmia and Raccolto, and his partner Kayley Turkheimer are excited to announce that they will be opening two new concepts in the storied space that long housed The Kingfish Cafe, and was more recently home to Ernest Loves Agnes-a project from Jason LaJeunesse, who will stay on as a partner in the new spots.

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