Capitol Hill is the part of Seattle that never sleeps. This dynamic neighborhood is also the most diverse. The residents range from the young and the restless out on their own for the first time, to established, settled seniors-many of whom have long-standing ties to the neighborhood.
Living options range from classic brick and modern condominiums to turn-of-the-century remodeled craftsman and bungalow properties. There are sprawling views over the Sound, the Olympic Mountains and jaw-dropping sunset views. For open grassy fields, go to Volunteer Park, a rollicking area that includes a reservoir with a running track, a greenhouse, an Asian art museum, a children’s play area, and a great open lawn.
Broadway, Capitol Hill’s main attraction, is one of the busiest streets in Seattle. It’s alive with restaurants, shops, cafes, salons and clubs. Capitol Hill has been dubbed the Northwest’s closest thing to Manhattan’s Upper West Side, and hosts the annual Gay and Lesbian Parade each year. The west side of Capitol Hill offers a quick shot downtown, either by bus, car or on foot. If you climb the hill to the east, a more tranquil mood is found on 15th Avenue. This Northwest section is settled with large classic Seattle homes, tree lined streets and a thriving collection of schools.
Capitol Hill truly embodies something for everyone.
OUR BLOGS: The Seattle Speakeasies
DEMOGRAPHICS: Unmarried, young adults, open minded and adventurous in spirit.
TYPES OF HOMES: Victorian, Bungalows, Boxes, Craftsmen, Tudor, Apartment buildings, Condos and Townhomes
COMMUNITY BLOG: CHS Capitol Hill Blog
LIBRARY: Seattle Public Library Capitol Hill Branch located at 425 Harvard Ave. E., Seattle, WA 98102
FARMERS MARKET: Broadway Sunday Market located at the corner of Broadway and Pine, at Seattle Central Community College, May 8 through December 18, from 11am to 3pm.