Another area has approved the MHA upzone plan. The first portions of the Central District, focusing primarily near 23rd St. and Jackson. This is part of the city-wide plan to create areas where developers can take advantage of increased zoning limits in exchange for contributing to the affordable housing stock in the city. The University District and portions of downtown have already been through the process, and the rest of the city will go through it between now and the end of the year.
Case-Shiller numbers for March are out and it’s more of the same. I’m waiting on the numbers for June (I’m still dancing about inventory going up), but we have a little to wait for those still.
In objectively cheerful news, the Fremont Solstice parade is safe for another year. This is relevant since it was in danger due to a lack of real estate; specifically, they couldn’t find anywhere to affordably store their floats. Seattle City Light saved the day. It’s a summer miracle!