Charm, natural beauty and rural character in the heart of Puget Sound.
A little bit maritime-centric enclave, a little bit hip foodie hotspot.
A small but vibrant neighborhood that spans cultures and cuisines.
Just a short drive across Lake Washington, along the longest floating bridge in the world, Bellevue is a green wonderland with nearly 100 parks dotting its landscape between Lake Washington and Lake Sammamish, offering a downtown neighborhood with plenty to do.
Just north of downtown, a mix of high-rise condos and trendy dining and shopping spots, Belltown is a neighborhood where being bored isn’t an option.
This expansive district contains a mix of tree-shaded streets flanked by some of Seattle’s loveliest century-old mansions and commercial thoroughfares.
One of the main hubs of Seattle’s Black community, this diverse district thrives with engaging art galleries, restaurants, …
Vibrant and flavorful, this neighborhood has been the anchor of Seattle’s Asian community for more than a century.
Columbia City & Rainier Beach
This “neighborhood of nations” occupies one of the country’s most diverse zip codes, where descendants from European settlers, East African immigrants, Orthodox Jews, and other cultural groups make for a true melting pot.
There aren’t many other cities in America with spotless views of mountains and waterways from the heart of downtown, but Seattle delivers on both natural wonders and world-class attractions all in one spot.
Fremont & Wallingford
As the self-proclaimed “Center of the Universe,” this artsy neighborhood on the north shore of the Lake Washington Ship Canal thrives with its bohemian vibe and quirky claims to fame.
Adjacent to Lumen Field and T-Mobile Park, Seattle’s original neighborhood houses hip eateries, galleries, and coworking spaces.
With bustling bars, restaurants, and attraction-heavy Seattle Center in Lower Queen Anne and historic houses, quaint shopping streets, and quiet parks high up on a hill in Upper Queen Anne, this distinct neighborhood has something for everyone.
SoDo & Georgetown
Industrial turns trendy in two Seattle neighborhoods.
South Lake Union
In the heart of Seattle’s tech scene, change is the only constant, with exciting sights, eats, and activities at every turn.
Surrounding the University of Washington, the University District is an eclectic mix of urban shopping areas; historic homes and architecture; and great cafes, pubs, restaurants, and theaters.
Wallingford, Green Lake & Phinney Ridge
Wallingford & Greenlake
Join the summer and fall crowds that pack the piers to drink in the seemingly endless sunshine, just steps from the downtown core.
Seattle’s largest neighborhood is a unique mix of residential streets and charming commercial hubs filled with colorful consignment shops, restaurants, and bakeries.
White Center is a refreshing blend of neighborhood staples and up-and-coming attractions.
Just a 30-minute drive from Seattle, more than 100 wineries and tasting rooms are a wine lover’s dream.
- Beacon Hill
- Capitol Hill
- Central District
- Chinatown-International District
- Columbia City & Rainier Beach
- Downtown Seattle
- Fremont & Wallingford
- Pioneer Square
- Queen Anne
- SoDo & Georgetown
- South Lake Union
- University District
- Wallingford, Green Lake & Phinney Ridge
- West Seattle
- White Center