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By Staff (Feb 03, 2014)
It may be chilly in Seattle right now, but there are a number of water-centric architecture projects in the works that city that will get you in the mood for summer. More »
By Staff (Feb 03, 2014)
With a highly competitive seller’s market in the Seattle Metro area, homebuyers have had to get creative to find and secure homes. More »
By Staff (Jan 12, 2014)
Those looking for some feline company without the commitment are in for a treat: San Francisco could be home to a cat café soon. More »
By Staff (Oct 08, 2013)
There is perhaps no event more exciting than bringing your newborn baby home for the first time. To see the newest addition to your family out of the sterile hospital lights and in the comfort of your home is a wonderful feeling. More »
San Francisco's newest culinary trend
By Staff (Oct 08, 2013)
Whether experimenting with various concoctions to create sublime broths or topping the dish with such delights as pork belly, bamboo shoots or shitake mushrooms, ramen houses all over the Bay Area have been honing their craft in creating truly delicious and sometimes adventurous noodle dishes. More »
$1.5 Billion Development Planned
By Staff (Jul 15, 2013)
Beijing real estate and investment firm Zarision Holding Group is revitalizing a $1.5 billion project that will turn the 65 industrial acres south of Jack London Square into a beautiful waterfront community. More »
Search For Neighborhood Attributes
By Staff (Jul 15, 2013)
Yelp has just launched a new search feature called Wordmap. It’s a Google map that takes Yelp reviews and keyword descriptions to make red blotches on parts of the city where you can find these items—perfect for those looking to buy a new home in an unfamiliar area. More »
Tips for Working at home
By Staff (Jun 29, 2013)
With a second BART strike on the horizon, morning and evening commutes may again quickly turn into a recurring nightmare for over 400,000 people in the Bay Area. As buses, ferries, and carpoolers try to make do without the BART system, others are just toughing it out at home without means of transportation. More »
Entrepreneurs Look for New Business in Green Economy
By Staff (May 18, 2013)
Seattle has always been at the forefront when it comes to a DIY, entrepreneurial spirit. From the vibrant music and dining scenes to the kaleidoscopic range of artists and artisans, Seattle is a testament to the power and vitality of a self-starting, creative essence. More »
New Construction Jobs Creates Demand
By Staff (Feb 08, 2013)
Thanks to an increase of new construction, there may be a construction labor shortage in San Francisco’s future. More »
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