Seattle is a commercial, cultural and advanced technology hub of the Pacific Northwest Surrounded by mountains and water, the Greater Seattle area features picture-perfect views and abundant recreational opportunities year-round. Hiking, skiing, fishing, and just about every other outdoor activity you can imagine are all within an hour from Downtown Seattle. More impressively Seattle Parks and Recreation manages a 6,441-acre park system of over 489 parks and extensive natural areas, providing athletic fields, tennis courts, play areas, specialty gardens, and more than 120 miles of trails.
Experience an unlimited variety of cuisine, concerts, sporting events, and more with ease via the newly extended light rail. With more extensions set to be completed by 2024, Seattle will be more connected than ever. Click here to view the projected light rail network.
Navigating the neighborhoods in such a large city can be complicated. Especially since each neighborhood in Seattle has its own unique feel and serves to make such a large city feel like home. Follow the links below to learn more about each neighborhood in Seattle.
Admiral | Aurora-Licton Springs | Ballard | Beacon Hill | Belltown | Bitter Lake/ Broadview | Capitol Hill | Central Area |Chinatown-International District | Columbia City | Crown Hill | Delridge | Downtown Commercial Core | Eastlake | First Hill | Fremont | Georgetown | Green Lake | Greenwood-Phinney Ridge | Judkins Park | Lake City | Madison Miller | Magnolia | Montlake | Morgan Junction | North Rainier/Mt. Baker | Northgate | Othello | Pioneer Square | Queen Anne | Rainier Beach | Roosevelt | Sand Point | South Lake Union | South Park | University District | Uptown | Wallingford | West Seattle Junction | Westwood Village/Highland Park
School District:Most Seattle addresses feed into the Home – Seattle School District (seattleschools.org).
The remainder of addresses in Seattle feed into the Highline and Renton School Districts.
Things to do in Seattle:There is no shortage of fun things to do in Seattle ranging anywhere from hot tub boating in Lake Union to seeing the Cherry Blossoms at the University of Washington. But whatever your taste Pike Place Market, Gas Works Park, and the Space Needle are three of our teams must see.
Fun Fact:Seattle is the birthplace of Starbucks, the world’s largest coffee chain.
More Info:For more in depth information on the schools, neighborhoods, and amenities within Seattle don’t hesitate to reach out to a team member!
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