Ross Reynolds speaks with John Fox of the Seattle Displacement Coalition as part of The Record's continuing series on Seattle's comprehensive plan. They discuss the growth of the University District and Fox questions the planners' premise that Seattle needs to grow by 120,000 people over the next generation.
Marcie Sillman talks to John Starbard, director of King County's Department of Permitting and Environmental Review, about the county’s effort to map out areas that might be prone to landslides and earthquakes.
KUOW's Carolyn Adolph explores the work needs of the millennial generation.
The millennial generation is taking control over how they work and how they live. The group, currently about 18 to 33 years old, is adopting technology that is disrupting old structures and writing the playbook on how to take advantage of technological change.
The cost of housing in the city is making many people think small, to embrace the micro movement that loves to reuse and recycle. Enter the idea of a shipping container as a building — a natural in a port city like Seattle, which handles 1.6 million container units in a year.
Marcie Sillman speaks with George Petrie, CEO of Goodman Real Estate, about its purchase of the Theodora apartments in Ravenna. Petrie responds to Tenants Union of Washington's accusations of the Seattle-based real estate developer as being "predatory."
Marcie Sillman speaks with Tim Doub, a resident of the Theodora apartments, and Eliana Horn, a community organizer with the Tenants Union of Washington State, about why they are picketing the Seattle-based Goodman Real Estate.
Originally published on Fri January 24, 2014 10:54 am
More and more people are buying homes with pure cash. In December, all-cash purchases accounted for 42.1 percent of all U.S. residential sales, according to the latest report from RealtyTrac, a company that collects and analyzes housing data.