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BELLTOWN SEATTLE 98121
You may be looking for Belltown. On the cusp of Seattle's financial district, Belltown is abundant with restaurants, night spots, Olympic Sculpture Park and dozens of easy living condominium choices with water views! In fact, in Fifty Shades of Grey, they lived at Escala in Belltown Seattle!
NORTH ADMIRAL SEATTLE, 98116 and 98126
Sitting on a bluff above West Seattle's Alki, you will find an established community filled with diverse and eclectic view homes.
Home styles range from Tudor to Victorian and contemporary. Parks are abundant and local shopping is a dream. Welcome to North Admiral Seattle!
Life on Alki is a day at the beach! Just a short distance via water taxi or West Seattle Bridge to downtown. Alki is filled with restaurants, fun shops, and the ever popular Alki Beach Bath House, which now serves as successful artist studio and rental facility for private gatherings.
Home styles on Alki are diverse and include waterfront condos with some of the best views of Seattle, plus an assorted style of single family homes to fit your family's needs and budget.
Queen Anne lives up to it's name! A regal community with historic homes and cutting edge contemporary styles, melded into a perfect neighborhood.
Just northwest of our thriving Seattle financial district, Queen Anne sits on the highest Seattle Hill. Offering vast home choices and phenomenal views of mountains, Lakes, and Puget Sound, it doesn't get much better than this.
Wallingford is a wonderful neighborhood. Plenty of parks and play areas for kids to ride bikes, shoot hoops and enjoy the beauty of this charming Seattle community.
A north central Seattle community, Wallingford is filled with cozy craftsman style homes, a thriving business district and some unique spots like Gas Works Park and Meridian Park.
There is nothing more inviting than a front porch to welcome friends and family.
Wallingford homes offer the charming features of another time, including leaded windows, brick chimneys, colorful garden beds and good sized yards!
Our dog is in paradise at this forty acre river front park! Not only can he romp and play, we humans have astounding options too.
This Redmond Park is located at the north end of Lake Sammamish and is the most widely used park in King County! Sporting events, Musical venues, bike trails, bird watching, and even a very cool R/C field!
We sure do love Seattle! A mix of old and new architectural delights are everywhere.
From gothic carved faces to marble and copper, contemporary to historic brick, you can find great beauty everywhere you look in downtown Seattle!
This public waterfront park, is an artistic haven.
Relax and enjoy the nine acres of green space, bike paths and the breathtaking views of Seattle, Puget Sound and Olympic Mountains.
Come to Seattle's Maritime Festival in May and you will be in for a real treat!
Chowder cook-off and helicopter tours on the waterfront, plus plenty of tugboats doing their thing at the waters edge for all to enjoy!
The duty of restoring and protecting historic wooden boats is not taken lightly by Seattle Classic Yacht Association!
Head to Pier 66 for the largest gathering of wooden yachts. Watch the boat parade and come aboard to meet the owners. Boating heaven and it all happens on Father's Day weekend!
Anyone who knows Ballard, loves Golden Gardens Park! This waterfront beach park offers wetlands, hiking trails, kayaking, canoeing and a wonderful beach area with picnic pavilions, a playground and restrooms.
Shilshole Bay Marina is visible from Golden Gardens keeping an abundant supply of sailboats maneuvering. Sea Lions lounge in the summer sun by the dozens on buoys for your fun and entertainment as well!
Any sunny weekend in Downtown Seattle will bring out the local entertainers known as buskers.
With a permit, and only in certain locations designated by a star at their feet, these local legends perform and interact, bringing a street fair vibe to our downtown experience.
You just never know what exciting adventure you will encounter as you walk along the waterfront in downtown Seattle!
Today, Coast Guard Helicopters practice rescue techniques on the water. Check it out!
The University of Washington is the main focal point of this district. You can always enjoy the walkability of the U District, and never know just what you might see...
The views from Downtown Seattle are astounding. From Bell Town to Queen Anne, Rainier Tower to One Union Square, you will discover that Seattle is not only the hub of a global financial district, it is also filled with parks, art, shopping, restaurants and our fabulous views.
Each of our distinctive neighborhoods has something unique to offer, that lets us customize our lifestyle and live the life that best suits our needs and desires. Find your place in the sun!
This wonderful work of art, was installed at the corner of 7th Ave and Union, in front of the Sheraton in Downtown Seattle.
The twenty-seven foot pot of flowers includes a spinning yellow daisy with blue bells that open and close as the watering can gently refreshes them with water every fifteen minutes.
The artist, Ginny Ruffner, calls this piece: "Urban Garden", and we love it!
It is hard to miss Rainier Tower as you climb Union between 4th and 5th Avenue! The design was ground breaking in every way as the eleven story pedestal emerged to support a forty story high-rise that exceeds the base's diameters in a dramatic way.
Known as one of Seattle's safest havens against earthquakes or hight winds, this amazing achievement adds shopping, restaurants and pedestrian friendly walkways to our business district in an ever so "Seattle" style!
We are known for our love of every variety of dog here in Seattle, and being a dog friendly Metropolis makes us creative in our adventuring walks with our best four legged friends.
Union Square is a twin tower complex on Sixth Ave. between Union and University. The skyscrapers known as One Union and Two Union are filled with wonderful walkways and stairs leading to Freeway Park. Weekends leave this huge business hub rather quiet allowing us to enjoy it in our own special way!
Located at the mouth of the Metro Tunnel, outside Benaroya Hall on Second and University is a quiet and unexpected place in the heart of the city to reflect on all we have to be thankful for, this tribute to our fallen soldiers, honors Washington heros who gave their lives in service to our country.
The Garden begins with World War II and walks through Korea, Viet Nam, Grenada, The Gulf War, Philippines, Afghanistan and Iraq with portion s of letters sent home with dates and names, keeping spirits of our soldiers alive and in our memories.
Children of all ages love Seattle Aquarium. We adults tend to think it is pretty cool too! There is always something new to see when I visit because the exhibits are so varied.
Located on Pier 59 on Alaskan Way, Seattle Aquarium adventure begins before you even walk through the doors. An impressive water feature is the highlight of thousands of photos ops daily during the summer season, and a whimsical art installation on the pier is a fun stop that includes a sunken treasure chest and some pretty animated fish to enjoy!
These shots were taken from the twentieth floor of a high-rise just a block from the waterfront in downtown Seattle.
The awe inspiring views one can experience are amazing on Elliot Bay for many of those who live and work in Seattle. Enjoy…
Fall in Seattle is a reason to celebrate! Leaves turn flame red, brilliant orange and golden yellow. When the wind blows, they twirl from their perches and join us mere mortals when they float to the ground.
It is also a wonderful time to embrace the last vestiges of summer, with hint of winter heading our way to lead us into a new year.
This sequence of photos from a scarlet sunset on Elliot Bay shows our ferry system in action and gives a nice view of Pier 59, home to Seattle Aquarium.
It never ceases to stop me in my tracks and make me thankful, when I view a brilliant sunset in Seattle!
Seattle Aquarium not only offers every variety of local marine life, and world class exhibits of world marine life, it offers fun in other ways too.
Art is a displayed throughout the aquarium including an impressive installation by Dale Chihuly who changed the meaning of glass art with his global exhibits1 This one was created in the 1980's a sea forms exhibit.
Defined by astounding water views and elegant waterfront homes, Magnolia is a stand out Seattle community.
As the second largest neighborhood in Seattle, it offers Magnolia Park, overlooking Puget Sound, and Discovery Park with walking trails winding through over five hundred acres.
Head toward Phinney Ridge to enjoy the animals and gardens of our fabulous, award winning zoo.
Experience the tropical rain forest exhibit, elephant forest, tigers, raptor center and an awesome kids play place, best know as "Zoomazium".
Is there anything more beautiful than sailboats performing figure eights in formation on the bay?
Blue skies and gentle winds make boating an amazing part of the Northwest lifestyle.
We enjoy choice seating for parades and events traveling Union and 4th from the windows of a family member's downtown office.
Colorful, proud and full the joy. Proclaiming the rights of all individuals, this event is a must attend for people of all ages, races and social status.
In 2012, Washington Governor Christine Gregoire signed the Same-Sex Marriage Bill. Washington voters have spoken!
The fireboats come out and strut their stuff several times a year on Elliot Bay. Practice runs and hose tests are an important part of being prepared for any water emergency.
Imagine, looking out YOUR window to see this…
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