Op-Ed: Harrell’s Anemic Growth Plan Is Not ‘Space Needle Thinking’ "When reading his One Seattle Comprehensive Plan, we were surprised to find that he failed to deliver solutions to those issues so close to his heart. The mayor did not pick the plan that maximizes housing affordability or abundance. Mayor Harrell’s comprehensive plan proposes to target only 20,000 more homes in the next 20 years above what would happen if Seattle made zero changes." (The Urbanist)

Broker shares latest on downtown Seattle tower project listed for sale "The asking price for the mid-block property next to the landmarked Coliseum Theater is $30 million." (Puget Sound Business Journal)

Former INS Building to be considered for landmarking "Seattle's Landmarks Preservation Board on June 5 will consider the nomination of the U.S. Immigrant Station and Assay Office in the China-Town International District for landmark status." (DJC)

Urban Villages = out. Neighborhood Centers = in. Here’s what we found while browsing West Seattle references in the draft ‘One Seattle Plan’ (West Seattle Blog)