TOURIST TRAPS — It took 130 hours to take 2,350 pounds of gum and put it in 94 galloon buckets but the work finally finished over the weekend on The Gum Wall. See what this iconic Seattle tourist spot looked like stripped of it's gooey trappings because people have already started re-gumming it. Of course.
AWARD WINNERS — The Trillium Heritage Awards recognize outstanding examples of historic architecture in North Seattle. In 2013, the 12-bedroom manor in Broadview known as Scotstone Manor took home the honor. Now, the 4,980 square-foot residence that was originally built as a sanitarium in on the open market asking $1.399M. Curbed has the photos and details.
YOUNG GUNS — Catch up on all of Curbed.com's coverage of the 2015 class of Young Guns, honoring designers working in every discipline, from floral design to urban planning to woodworking to development.