Will Seattle really become the next San Francisco?


#141

I’m not surprised. There are quite a few new buildings where I’m at and none are full yet. Free parking seems to be the most common freebie. I’ve seen some offering 4-6 weeks free rent on a 1-year lease.


#142

I have seen a few apartment building in San Jose did that when they were brand new. Need to fill them up as quickly as possible then it stablizes after the initial push.


#143

The socliast council member who says housing is too expensive wants to block a housing project.

That’s very SF.


#144

Def sounds like something we would do down here…


#145

Seattle can never escape its weather
Lots of rain this week even at the ski resort.


#146

If only there was a way to transport all that excess H2O down to Cali. We need a water pipeline!!!


#147

Yeah, that’ll only cost $200B to build. Cheaper to build desalinization plants.


#148

With the way it is going, desalinization plants are in our future down here…


#149

LA should worry the most first, if anything. And let’s not forget about Phoenix.


#150

Pipelines are cheaper than that. The country has thousands of oil pipelines. The CA aqueduct cost much less.


#151

Worse comes to worst, can transfer water from Great Lakes to CA then… :rofl: