A groundbreaking was announced four years ago for a hotel project at 17300 International Blvd., almost immediately east of the airport. Nothing has been built, though the old Jet Motel and Concourse Inn have been razed. A Hyatt Place and extended-stay Hyatt House were the old plan.
The almost century-old Hotel Seattle, at 315 Seneca St., and its basement dive bar, Bernard's on Seneca, closed in March of last year, owing to the pandemic. Kidder Mathews recently put the 78-room property on the market, unpriced, with offers due by April 20.
The M is a 24-story luxury student housing tower at 4700 Brooklyn Ave. N.E., near the University of Washington. It is the first tower in the University District since the former Safeco Tower, now owned by the UW, was built in the 1970s. read more »
It's no surprise that trucks and SUVs continue to dominate the U.S. vehicle market. But in a further move, automakers are increasingly building more SUVs and trucks that are specifically designed for off-road driving.