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Where's the best place to get a beer in North Seattle? How is our City Council planning to address the growing need for housing affordability? What does it take be a "local" in Seattle today? On the Rise Seattle Podcast you'll hear all this and more. Sit down for intimate discussions with Seattle leaders about the pros and cons of the city's growth and what they are doing amidst the rise.

Rise Seattle Tyler Davis Jones

    • Relationships
    • 4.8 • 22 Ratings

Where's the best place to get a beer in North Seattle? How is our City Council planning to address the growing need for housing affordability? What does it take be a "local" in Seattle today? On the Rise Seattle Podcast you'll hear all this and more. Sit down for intimate discussions with Seattle leaders about the pros and cons of the city's growth and what they are doing amidst the rise.

    COVID-19 Seattle Real Estate Market Update

    COVID-19 Seattle Real Estate Market Update

    We all need a secure and a safe place to live. Water, food and shelter are the baselines of Maslow's hierarchy of needs. One fundamental realization I’ve learned during our social distancing experience has been how important the home is. Your environment is paramount to your emotional, psychological, mental and even spiritual health. So how has COVID-19 impacted real estate? Where were we at a month ago? Where are we now? Where will we go? 

    • 33 min
    Dr. Dan Hartman: COVID-19: What Does the Future Look Like?

    Dr. Dan Hartman: COVID-19: What Does the Future Look Like?

    Dr. Dan Hartman is the director of Integrated Development for Global Health at the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation here in Seattle, and in this episode of the Rise Seattle podcast, Dan helps us to better understand the ever-evolving situation surrounding COVID-19.
    Dr. Hartman answers questions like:
    Is Washington State on the tail end of this?
    When and how do you think we'll get back to normal?
    If you could wave a magic wand and make everyone know and understand one thing, what would it be?

    • 49 min
    Rob Hill: Backyard Cottages: Eco-Friendly Investments that Provide Affordable Housing

    Rob Hill: Backyard Cottages: Eco-Friendly Investments that Provide Affordable Housing

    Homeowners and renters in Seattle all stand to benefit from an increase in DADUs (Detached Additional Dwelling Units), but all too frequently, the cost of building a DADU can be prohibitively expensive. In this episode, Tyler sits down with Rob Hill from MyKabin, an innovative company that builds DADUs in the backyards of single-family homes for a flat-rate price. A cost-effective and convenient way to invest, DADUs help to increase the density and diversity of Seattle’s neighborhoods.

    • 1 hr 14 min
    Jesse Bradley: Finding Faith in a Health Crisis

    Jesse Bradley: Finding Faith in a Health Crisis

    Jesse Bradley is a former professional soccer goalkeeper, radio host, podcaster, author, and speaker. After surviving several close calls with death, Jesse exudes a gratitude for every new day and opportunity to encourage people in their journey. 

    On this episode, Tyler asks tough and honest questions about Christianity and the church. Jesse shares his vision for an evolution of faith communities across the Puget Sound and beyond.  

    • 1 hr 1 min
    Wine Culture in Seattle: Local Sommelier and Entrepreneur Captures Seattle in a Glass

    Wine Culture in Seattle: Local Sommelier and Entrepreneur Captures Seattle in a Glass

    Jackson Rohrbaugh is the founder of Crunchy Red Fruit and a Master Sommelier. His company is based in Seattle and curates and sends you wines that you love to drink. The company is unique in that it chooses smaller vendors that are different from what’s offered at big box stores. They focus on wines with ingredients you can pronounce and limited to no chemical intervention. Jackson talks about his innovative company and the overall local culture of wine in Seattle.

    • 1 hr 28 min
    Butch Haze - A Tale of Two Tech Cities: San Francisco and the Future of Seattle

    Butch Haze - A Tale of Two Tech Cities: San Francisco and the Future of Seattle

    A question Tyler asks every guest at the end of each show is “What is your biggest fear for Seattle.” The number one answer to this question (in over 80 episodes) is that we don’t want Seattle to become San Francisco, but what does that mean? Butch Haze – one of the “Top 100 “real estate agents in the country joins the show to talk about what we can learn from San Francisco now to change Seattle’s future and how we can get into “the game” of real estate in an ever-growing costly market.

    • 1 hr 13 min

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
22 Ratings

22 Ratings

Marguerite in Tacoma ,

Great Seattle Podcast!

An excellent podcast about the people and issues shaping Seattle today. Tyler is a great interviewer.

mehmetic ,

Way too much repeated filler

A lot of redundancy, could probably do with some tighter editing

johnbcreating ,

A True Story Telling Podcast

There aren’t too many podcast that care to tell the whole story of people’s lives they interview. It was refreshing seeing this type of structure. Tyler is great at interviewing in a way that allows the listener to feel like they know the each guest. Quality listen!

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