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    Buchenwald 31 graphic iconThis tragic LEDE relates efforts by my brother and sister to destroy my father’s heritage as the commanding officer of the first American medical company to enter Buchenwald.  Robert Schwartz’s pictures rot in a safe in Boston. My wife and I  fight in the courts to get these preserved and released into the public domain before all the survivors die and can no longer see the pictures from April 1945.

Posts Tagged ‘Housing Market’

March 29th, 2017 - 8:01 am § in The Ave Scene

Greater Seattle Houses Dearest in Nation

Greater Seattle  home costs soared at 11.3 percent, the fastest pace in three years, the fastest in the US.  The region has taken the top spot in the national rankings in every month since September, and price growth has only been speeding up as of late . Portland was behind, again, with home pr[...]

March 14th, 2017 - 12:13 pm § in America, The Ave Scene

FACEBOOK: Experiencing Trumpism

RR Anderson   FEELING GROSS Spying a human body rummaging inside wife’s new car this AM provoked emotions of anger, fear and immediate need for vengeance… ran outside barefoot in my pajamas to curse at this person. Only to find it was a newly released mental patient still with gown &am[...]

March 3rd, 2017 - 1:04 am § in The Ave Scene

Homeless in Seattle

David Preston . When we see homelessness, we tend to think of it as a static thing. We assume that the way we perceive a homeless person now is how they’ve always been. And always will be. In contrast to that, this short film elegantly expresses that homelessness is as variable as the people i[...]

February 28th, 2017 - 1:21 am § in The Ave Scene

Seattle’s Housing Horror Show

Bill Bradburd Mayor Ed Murray is a hypocrite and dissembles with the best of them. Sayeth the Mayor ““We cannot be a city where people protest the exclusionary agenda coming from Washington, D.C., while at the same time keeping a zoning code in place that does not allow us to build the affor[...]

February 15th, 2017 - 1:59 am § in The Ave Scene

Seattle Real Estate As An Investment For Wealthy Chinese

When Anna Riley, a Seattle-area real-estate agent, held an open house for a new $2.3 million listing in the tony city of Bellevue late last month, the pool of prospective buyers was different from the usual assortment of tech magnates, sports stars and chief executives.  Twenty groups of buyers vis[...]

February 4th, 2017 - 1:13 am § in The Ave Scene

Does rent control work? Evidence from Berlin

“in practice, rent control may actually provide greater benefits for higher income renters.”  City Commentary By Joe Cortright As housing affordability becomes an increasingly challenging and widespread problem in many US cities, there are growing calls for the imposition of rent contr[...]

December 14th, 2016 - 9:07 am § in Misc.

AVERAGE PRICE FOR APARTMENT TOPS $2 MILLION

Manhattan apartment sales prices top $2 million for first time NEW YORK The average sales price of an apartment in Manhattan is expected to top $2 million this year for the first time, but prices are seen leveling off in 2017 after nearly doubling over the past decade.[...]

December 7th, 2016 - 11:15 pm § in Misc., The Ave Scene

You can rent this U-District nook for $750/mo.

Read story and see more pics here.    [...]

December 5th, 2016 - 10:20 am § in The Ave Scene

“About half of the homes sold in Seattle’s suburbs are going to Chinese buyers”

Vancouver Housing Tax Pushes Chinese to $1 Million Seattle Homes Just a few days after Vancouver announced a tax on foreign property investors, Seattle real estate broker Lili Shang received a WeChat message from a wealthy Chinese… BLOOMBERG.COM[...]