With style and humor, the author writes of special places in everyday Seattle. The author takes us to popular, high-profile landmarks like Pike Place Market as well as tucked-away gems — cozy cottages, trendy pubs, gracious apartment buildings, and vibrant urban villages — that flavor and enliven the city. The author shares his eye for
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Part I City Centers, Part II Building Neighbourhoods, Part III Streets That Work, Part IV Urban Homes, Part V Public Spaces/Sacred Places, Part VI Public Works as Public Art
Mark L. Hinshaw is a city planner and architect with more than thirty years of public- and private-sector experience and a former commentator on planning and design for the Seattle Times.