Nestled on Ballard’s Puget Sound shores, Golden Gardens Park is a mecca of summer fun. There’s always something fun going on – whether it’s sand volleyball, fishing from the pier, a boat launching into chilly Pacific Northwest waters, or a bonfire glowing in the night.
While supply and demand clearly play a role in establishing the value of a waterfront property, several unique elements overshadow … Continue Reading Evaluating Waterfront Property Values
Shorelines are heavily regulated in King County and, love it or hate it, the tight guidelines help keep our Puget … Continue Reading Lakeside Resources That Will Float Your Boat
Wondering how the new real estate excise tax might impact your bottom line when it comes time to sell? Everyone … Continue Reading New Real Estate Excise Tax (REET) Rate (eff. 1/1/20)
The concept of shared waterfront incorporates many different waterfront-sharing situations. Establishing the value of the share isn’t as simple as … Continue Reading How to Determine the Value of Shared Waterfront
If you’re looking to sunbath on Washington’s beaches, wade through nature’s tidepools, or fly your kite in the windy ocean air, Washington many shores have a little something different to offer.
The 33rd Annual Windermere Cup is taking place this weekend, Saturday May 4th and is proud to welcome the German men’s and women’s national teams, the Boston University men and the UCLA women to this prestigious Northwest tradition.
What do you envision yourself doing on an active summer night? Long walks along the boulevard, strolling parallel to the water’s edge? Watching ships come and go in the bay, like the ebb and flow of the ever-changing tide?
Seattle’s Magnunson Park is a massive, 350-acre park with over four miles of walking tails, grassy fields, nature areas, public … Continue Reading Seattle’s Magnunson Park
Pier 57, originally named Pier 7, is a modern plethora of fun on Seattle’s waterfront. When the gold strike began, news started to spread, and Seattle started buzzing soon after. The first load of gold found along the Klondike was docked and unloaded where Miners Landing now stands, making it a symbol of Seattle’s origin story.