Layers of culture intersect with Puget Sound

 

Where old school remnants of the grunge scene blend with eclectic boutiques and seriously good restaurants and cafes. Where the streets are spiked with fresh sea air, you can take runs along the shore and wander through the Olympic Sculpture Park on the way home.

A location that brings new meaning to the word "central", this heavily residential area is nestled between the Pike Place Market and Downtown core at one end, and Lower Queen Anne with its restaurants, Uptown Cinema and all the cultural attractions of the Seattle Center at the other. Meanwhile, South Lake Union is 10 minutes away on foot. So leave the car in the garage. All the adventures are right here.

 

 
 
 

2911 2nd Avenue

Walker’s Paradise

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