Belltown

Belltown
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Almost entirely condominium and apartment residences, the bustling downtown Seattle neighborhood called Belltown is one of the most densely populated and walkable regions in Washington. Trendy restaurants, art galleries, boutique stores, nightclubs, and high-rise residential towers dot the landscape of the Belltown area. The neighborhood is bounded on the north by Denny Way, beyond which lies Seattle Center and the Queen Anne neighborhood. Pike Place Market and the rest of Downtown are situated to the south. The Belltown Cottage Park and P-Patch are host to the last remaining wood framed single-family cottages in downtown Seattle (circa 1916).

Belltown is home to the Art Institute of SeattleAntioch UniversityArgosy University, the Seattle School of Theology & Psychology and RealNetworks. It lies directly west of the Denny Triangle neighborhood, where online retailer Amazon houses its downtown headquarters, and where the Cornish College of the Arts is located. The Olympic Sculpture Park, a public sculpture garden adjacent to Myrtle Edwards Park is located on the northern edge of the Belltown waterfront. The park features contemporary pieces, various ecosystems with plants indigenous to the Pacific Northwest, and a restored beach and seawall. The park’s construction was funded entirely with private donations and is operated by the Seattle Art Museum.


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Downtown Seattle

Downtown Seattle
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The neighborhoods in Downtown District include BelltownChinatown/International District, Commercial Core, Denny Triangle, and Pioneer Square (map). High-rise condominium and apartment development over the past couple of decades has brought substantial residential growth to the downtown core. Downtown Seattle is a mecca of food, shopping, lodging and activities, and its natural setting is a gorgeous backdrop for a vibrant array of events and festivals, professional sports, lively nightlife, and tourist attractions, supported by a vibrant cultural and performing arts community.

Downtown Seattle provides one of the nation’s best big-city urban experiences for visitors and residents alike, generating an important economic impact for the thousands working in arts, entertainment, hospitality and tourism. More than 20 million people visit Downtown for events, festivals, concerts and sight-seeing. The Downtown Seattle Association is a great resource for all things Seattle. Here are a few of their fantastic web links: Downtown Seattle NeighborhoodsLIVESTAYPLAYEATWORKSHOPRESEARCHCheck out these recent Seattle Times articles about the Pioneer Square area and Pike/Pine Corridor of Downtown Seattle and the Eastlake neighborhood just north of downtown.


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