Kirkland Grows in Population, Housing, and Business

Across Lake Washington from Seattle, quiet Kirkland is in for a bustling future. Prior to the pandemic, the city was experiencing growth as it worked to accommodate 8,361 new housing units and 22,435 new jobs by 2035, averaging out to about 363 housing units and 975...

Windermere Foundation Has Raised over $825,000 This Year!

The first half of 2020 has brought uncertain times and unprecedented change, and across our network, our agents and offices have rallied with their communities through the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic. We’ve seen offices come together in support of their...

Preparing for the School Year at Home

For those whose children will be taking classes online or participating in remote learning this school year, keeping the following tips in mind will help create an at-home learning environment that prioritizes health and learning, while being able to adjust to this...

West Seattle Bridge Renderings Paint a Bright Future

They say when life gives you lemons, make lemonade. With the release of futuristic new renderings for the possible redesign of the West Seattle Bridge, this saying has never felt more appropriate. Ever since the closure of Seattle’s most-used bridge (shuttling over...

Seattle Ranks as 9th Best City Worldwide for Startups

Seattle has long been home base to big tech businesses like Amazon and Microsoft, but the city is increasingly a haven to smaller startups and spin-off companies as well.  Recognizing the city’s potential for hosting successful startups, think tank Startup...

PLAN A STATE-CATION

As the weather turns warmer and counties across the state move through the phases of reopening, our mind turns to getting out of the house and getting away for a bit. Coronavirus remains a concern and extra precautions (particularly masks and social distancing) need...