Monthly Archives: June 2013

Weekly Roundup With Pillar Properties

We’re back again with another fun week of blog posts from our communities around the Pacific Northwest. Here is our recap of great events and happenings at our properties around town.

The Food Trucks Were In Kirkland

Lovely weather, good company and great food. You’ll find it all this weekend at the Kirkland Food Truck Rodeo. Read the post here.

We Have BBQ On The Brain

The Corydon in The University District: The sun is shining. The flowers are in bloom. It’s almost Summer in The University District. Last weekend we celebrated with a resident BBQ! Read the post here.

Stadium Place in Pioneer Square: On a sunny Seattle day, nothing hits the spot quite like a tasty BBQ. Here are a few of our favorite spots in Pioneer Square. Read the post here.

We’re Dreaming of Fried Chicken And Coconut Cake

The Lyric on Capitol Hill: We are getting to know our neighbors on Capitol Hill and are reviewing them on the blog. Read the post here.

We are looking forward to summer and love getting to know our neighborhoods more each day!

Weekly Roundup With Pillar Properties

The sun is out in Washington and we are gearing up for a great summer. Our properties around the Pacific Northwest are hosting fun events and we are looking forward to spending more sunny days together.

From Kirkland, Washington to Pioneer Square, Seattle we are blogging our experiences in these beautiful communities. Here is our recap of some of the fun.

The 101 Kirkland – Kirkland, Washington

We are BBQing with residents and good friends on the rooftop deck of The 101 Kirkland. Read the post here.

The Corydon – The University District, Seattle

We are exploring local gyms in The University District. Read the post here.

Stadium Place – Pioneer Square, Seattle

We are escaping to a waterfall in the heart of Pioneer Square. Read the post here.

The Lyric – Capitol Hill, Seattle

We are meeting our neighbors on Capitol Hill and interviewed them for the blog. Read the post here.

Are you looking forward to summer? What do you do for fun in the Pacific Northwest?