Barking sounds can be heard coming from both ends of the telephone line prompting laughter followed by bubbly conversation about beloved four-legged friends. Thus, my introduction to Renate Ruby and Bridgette Kingsbury of Adorn delightfully begins.
America is growing up and getting older. That isn’t news. Everyone is getting older. Growing up, well, that’s a separate issue for some. America’s demographics are shifting in ways that are creating new trends and revisiting old ones.
360modern is all about buying and selling modern real estate, but you already know that. You’re probably also aware that there is currently a record low level of inventory across Seattle, creating pent up buyer demand and putting pressure on the housing market.
This week, we were able to spend a few minutes chatting with the co-owner and managing partner of 360modern, Heidi Ward.
There’s something alluring about the big screen. Yet, in today’s seemingly non-stop world the thought of getting to the theater after a full day, finding parking, standing in line for concessions can severely dampen the idea. Enter the home cinema concept.
Corporations build facilities. Employees fill neighborhoods. Boeing built up around airfields, which swelled Renton and Everett. Microsoft built up the Eastside, which turned towns into cities.