705 Lofts is an apartment community located in the heart of Seattle’s CID. All units feature 9-foot ceilings, bay windows, fully equipped kitchens, and in-unit washer and dryers. The units are more spacious than typical apartments—700 square feet for a one-bedroom. Many units have downtown Seattle and Olympic mountain views. Enjoyed by mixed professionals and […]
The Seattle Pinball Museum is proud to present a collection of over 50 pinball machines from 1960 to present day. Our games are arranged in chronological order to allow visitors to journey through the decades of American pop culture and pinball history. Your admission includes free play on games exhibited. Come play them all! Sorry, […]
On a semi-sunny day in late April, Tanya Woo, from the Woo family in charge of the historic Louisa Hotel, guided photographer Joe Mabel, and myself, to the murals found along a Louisa staircase, former entrance to the Club Royale jazz club.
By Mahlon Meyer Northwest Asian Weekly Asians in America are the least likely of any ethnic group to be promoted to senior management positions, according to a nonprofit that provides training and education for Asian professionals. Despite representing 6% of the population and 12% of the professional workforce, when it comes to promotions to the […]
Photos by Ananya Mishra
U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) Office of International Trade Associate Administrator Gabriel Esparza, along with SBA Regional Administrator Michael Fong, visited business leaders in the Northwest on April 18 and 19 to discuss export opportunities for small businesses.
Savings is a foundational piece to financial health since research has found that unexpected expenses, like car repairs, can become a hardship when people don’t have access to emergency savings funds.
“I’ve been waiting for 3 years to step on this journey,” he explained as the Clipper Venture race continued its annual race around the world this year. The previous two years had been stalled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Two years ago, a fire destroyed the Eng Suey Sun Plaza at 815 South Weller. The estimated loss of the property was about $2.5 million in addition to the loss of 13 businesses with heavy medical and baking equipment and one nonprofit inside the building.
By Juliet Fang NORTHWEST ASIAN WEEKLY As the current branch manager for Chase Bank in Seattle’s Chinatown-International District (CID), Leslie Holland can be found overseeing the growth of the bank, ensuring her team provides equitable services to the district’s diverse clientele, or grabbing boba from nearby tea shops with her co-workers. “It’s a very exciting […]