Seattle’s Belltown neighborhood lies just north of the downtown financial district. The Belltown area underwent a rejuventation over a decade ago; what once was a somewhat seedy part of downtown is now a vibrant community of condos, apartments, trendy restaurants & nightclubs and eclectic cafes.
Though there is a mixture of people, Belltown appeals more to urbanites, Gen-Xers, Millennials, Empty Nesters and those who want amenities within a short distance of their front door.
The Belltown district is snuggled between the downtown business distict, Queen Anne and Denny Triangle. The geography provides Belltown residents with easy access to the retail district, the Pike Place Market, Seattle Center, the waterfront and many eateries, art venues and markets. Additionally, most of Belltown is located within the Metro Bus free ride zone, providing residents quick and free transportation to the downtown core.
Belltown is home to Seattle’s newest park – the Olympic Sculpture Park located on the Elliott Bay waterfront. The Olympic Sculpture Park combines natural elements with public art work.
Several of Belltown’s newest residential condo and loft buildings include Escala, Mosler Lofts, Gallery Lofts and Trio.
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