Row [roh] noun 1. A number of persons or things arranged in a line, especially a straightline: A row of apple trees. 2. A line of persons or things so arranged: The petitioners waited in a row. 3. A line of adjacent seats facing the same way, as in a theater: Seats in the third row of the balcony. 4. A street formed by two continuous lines of buildings. First, let me say that Council sponsored low-rise legislation is a lot better than the proposal that the Department of Planning and Development (DPD) offered last year. We appealed that proposal because it would have had a devastating effect on housing […]
At the heart of the debate over Seattle’s proposed linkage fee is the question of whether it undermines its own intent to provide affordable housing by either raising rents or impeding the production of housing. A recent post by Owen Pickford at The Urbanist argues that a linkage fee would have no negative impact on […]
I’m posting this because, well, it’s brilliant. Wrong, but brilliant. This was on a telephone pole on Capitol Hill.