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Belltown

This lively, trendy downtown neighborhood offers the best in condo living and artist lofts. It sits over Elliot Bay and is home to the splashiest sunset views over the Puget Sound and the Olympic Mountains. Belltown is also a hop skip and a jump from Pike Place Market, and walking distance to the downtown business district, Seattle Center and the foot of Queen Anne Hill.

A Belltown residence’s backyard has the most up-to-date nightlife alongside some of Seattle’s old faithful venues. The Moore Theatre, for example, is a historic concert hall on Second Avenue. A lively array of boutiques, galleries, cafes, thrift stores, salons and restaurants are all within a stone’s throw. Dining options range from thrifty international fare to high-end Seattle cuisine. Sidewalk dining springs to life during fair weather months.

This is bonafide city living. Everything here is within walking distance. Which means locals can keep their cars parked for days-or not own one. One added bonus of cosmopolitan living is access to many bus lines, and a lot of Belltown is in the city’s free bus zone.

POPULATION: 8,700

DEMOGRAPHICS: Primarily white collar, non-family households and households without children

TYPES OF HOMES: Apartment buildings and condos

COMMUNITY BLOG: Belltown People Blog

LIBRARY: Seattle Central Library, located at 1000 Fourth Ave., Seattle, WA 98104, Tel. 206-386-4636

FARMERS MARKET: Pike Place Market, located at 1531 Western Ave, between Pike and Pine on Western Ave. Open Monday through Saturday, 9 am to 6 pm year round.
Sunday, 9 am to 5 pm.

FAVORITE RESTAURANTS: Restaurant ZoeCyclopsBlack BottlePalace KitchenDahlia LoungeLolaBelltown PizzaBranzino

FAVORITE COFFEE SHOPS: Uptown Espresso,  Top Pot Doughnuts,  Macrina Cafe

Our Blogs About Belltown

b’End Tunnel Walk

Mar 06, 2017
On Sunday, pedestrians replaced cars in a soon-to-disappear part of Seattle. The Battery Street Tunnel, located jus [more]
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$2,000,000 for Our Neighborhoods

Feb 10, 2017
In March, project development teams in each district will evaluate ideas received based on need/impact/feasibility [more]
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The Bogue Plan – A Better Seattle

May 12, 2016
Seattle voters authorized a Municipal Plans Commission on March 8, 1910. The city was growing, and they needed a ga [more]
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People on People on People

Feb 11, 2016
Seattle is now the #10 U.S. city for density. Density isn’t what usually comes to mind when most people think of ou [more]
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Rain, Rain, Come or Stay

Oct 15, 2015
Autumn means clouds, and clouds mean rain—and rain means the Washington we all know and (some of us) love. Well, it [more]
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Seattle Condo Prices Climb

Sep 08, 2015
The August numbers are in, and condo numbers are up. The average price of a Seattle single-family-home was $575,000 [more]
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Prime Now, Wine Now

Aug 27, 2015
Seattleites, booze has never been more convenient. …for some of us. Amazon just launched—for the first time e [more]
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Walkable Seattle

Aug 04, 2015
Traffic is terrible. One solution? Walk. Walk Score ranked Seattle as the 8th most walkable major U.S. city this ye [more]
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Rental Registration and Inspection Ordinance

Jul 02, 2015
Do you know the new rental licensing requirement, SMC 22.214 (Rental Registration and Inspection Ordinance)? The Re [more]
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Photo Contest: Seattle Bloomin’

May 13, 2015
It’s springtime in Seattle! For May’s photo contest, send us pictures of nature in bloom. Step 1: Take [more]
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