At a maximum elevation of 456 feet, Queen Anne offers residents sprawling views of the city.
The popular tourist and resident attraction in downtown Seattle during the early 1900s, Madison Park, is now a family-friendly neighborhood with beautiful views of Lake Washington and Mount Rainier.
Rich in history, Seattleâs Pioneer Square was once the center of the city and home to one of the nationâs first art walks.
South Lake Union was once only passed through by commuters making their way downtown.
Capitol Hill is a neighborhood of neighborhoods, radiating with distinction and diversity. “The Hill” is overflowing with hipsters and creatives of every shape and size. Capitol Hill has personality to spare. Part old money, part counterculture, this quirky metropolis - in all its funky-come-as-you-are glory - is uniquely Seattle.
Though not long ago it was an industrial area with a less-than-stellar reputation, Georgetown is now a trendy neighborhood that saw an influx of artistic businesses in 2008.
Home values across the country are rising, but Seattleâs double digit rise proves the metropolitan area's economy is in high swing.
The Seattle neighborhood of Fremont has always been home to families and middle-class residents with its welcoming environment.
The neighborhoods of Seattle are as diverse as the residents living there, and Columbia City is no different.