An award-winning piece of Seattle history, the Loveless Building, was designed by Arthur Loveless,
a local architect known for his distinct Tudor Revivalist style. Originally used as a studio building
for local artists, The Loveless Building is now home to an eclectic collection of businesses and
restaurants that represent and showcase Capitol Hill's diversity.
Japanese inspired artisan gallery, KOBO, is the brainchild of John and Binko Bisbee who were inspired by the cool design and fashion forward trends they saw living in Tokyo.
ADA'S TECHNICAL BOOKS is a nerd's paradise and filled with books dedicated to owners Danielle and David Hulton's love of technology, math and science.
Then there is OLIVAR, the culmination of French chef Philippe Thomelin's 25-plus years of experience all over the world. This intimate restaurant is a neighborhood feature - a blend of cultures and styles, in this case Spanish, French and Italian.
And not to worry - there is also a coffee shop. JOEBAR, with its extensive menu of crepes, sandwiches and beer (yes, beer!), is not your average coffee shop. Known for a perfectly curated indie soundtrack and a commitment to up-and coming artists, Joe Bar is a reminder of all the things that put Seattle on the map.