Your Neighborhood Guide
The Many Sides of Seattle
The greater Seattle area and the Eastside have plenty to offer, so Irma and Lio have put together this quick guide to neighborhoods in the region.
Comprised of Ravenna, Hawthorne Hills, View Ridge, Wedgwood, Maple Leaf, and Northgate, along with Lake Washington waterfront neighborhoods such as Laurelhurst, Magnuson Park, and Lake City, Northeast Seattle is a vibrant and varied region of the city. From tree-lined suburbs to the bustling U District, Northeast Seattle offers its residents flexibility and choice.
Ballard, Fremont & Magnolia
These quirky, iconic neighborhoods ooze the Seattle spirit. From the famous Ballard locks to off-the-beaten-path coffee shops and boutiques in Fremont, this collection of neighborhoods (and the wider area surrounding them) is perfect for those looking for the quintessential PNW life.
Encompassing areas like Central District, First Hill, Madrona and more, central Seattle is the place to be if you want to be close to everything. Near enough to make downtown accessible without being in the thick of it, this area is ideal for those who want to get out and explore all corners of the city.
South Lake Union (SLU)
Right in the heart of downtown, South Lake Union is packed full of high rises and the best of city life. Complete with swanky restaurants, trendy bistros and tons of local attractions, SLU is the place to be if you’re looking for the buzz of city life.
Perhaps best known for Alki Beach, West Seattle is a laid-back paradise. With stunning views of downtown Seattle, local shops and restaurants, and easy access to t he water and outdoor activities, West Seattle is a great neighborhood for those who want to take it easy.
Home to plenty of tech companies and a thriving downtown, Bellevue is a calmer alternative to sometimes hectic Seattle. With the highly-rated Lake Washington School District, Bellevue is a perfect city for balancing family and career.
Calm, quiet and collected, Kirkland benefits from stunning views of Lake Washington and a rising tech presence. With easy access to other Eastside cities and only a short drive from Seattle, Kirkland is the place to be if you want to leave the noise behind.
Home to Microsoft, Nintendo of America and numerous game and tech companies, Redmond has established itself as a regional hub for tech jobs. Located outside of bustling Seattle, Redmond is perfect for those pursuing tech careers who want a little more room to spread out.
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