(Photo above from Mayor Durkan’s Twitter account.) The Firestone lot next to Mc Donald’s on NW Market St.is for sale, and a senior living company is reportedly eyeing the property. property is .5 million, and the listing shows it’s currently “pending.” The Daily Journal of Commerce reports that Aegis Senior Communities has filed an early plan to build a new development there.While city hall is now gone, the bell remains, hanging in the Old Ballard bell tower.By the way, the annexation vote was somewhat close: 996 in favor to 874 against.Aegis is rapidly expanding from its current 14 properties in Western Washington.
Thanks to everyone for pointing this out.) Congrats to Ballard High School senior Chad Cohen for clearing 15’0″ to become the 3A state champion in pole vaulting. Ballard’s Celyn Stermer finished with a silver medal in her division. (Photo with effect from the WIAA on Twitter) At just 370 square feet, this little cottage at 2508 NW 67th St. Originally built as a fishermen’s shack back in 1923, according to Curbed, this little house is now for sale for 0,000 with a detached garage on a 1801 square-foot lot. “Previous owners used it as a vacation rental and did very well.” If you’re adventurous, the realtor is holding an open house on Saturday from noon to 2 p.m. We began with open comments, then switched to Disqus, then switched to Facebook comments (backlash!
As we’ve been reporting, other tenants include Polyclinic, We Work and Equal Exchange Coffee.
On May 29, 1907, Ballard officially became part of Seattle.
That’s certainly small, but the small efficiency dwelling units (SEDUs) that are popping up in developments around Ballard are as small as 200 square feet. ), then switched to register-only comments (crickets), then back to open comments.
We’ve always had to contend with the usual moderation challenges — here are the rules — but events in Ballard over the last few months have amplified the challenge to new heights. Anyone know of any Word Press plugins or new commenting platforms that encourage open conversations but at the same time reward more thoughtful responses?