Belltown Condos For Sale In Seattle
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Belltown is a neighborhood near downtown Seattle, located on land at the city waterfront that was artificially flattened as part of a re-grading project. Formerly a low-rent, semi-industrial arts district, in recent years it has transformed into a neighborhood of trendy restaurants, boutiques, nightclubs, residential towers, and art galleries. Although many new businesses have eclipsed older ones, some long time establishments still draw crowds of loyal patrons, such as the locally famous Bavarian Meat Products. Some of the classic, old Seattle nightspots in Belltown are: The Rendezvous, Mama's Mexican Kitchen, The Lava Lounge, Ohana, The Crocodile Cafe, and Shorty's. Belltown prides itself on the fact that every kind of cuisine can be found there; everything from fine cuisine to gourmet hot dogs. Most of the local Belltown restaurants offer a happy hour for early evening patrons. The nightlife in this local Seattle neighborhood is very vibrant and active.
Belltown, as seen from the West Seattle area, is named after William Nathaniel Bell, on whose land claim the neighborhood was built. The neighborhood is bounded on the north by Denny Way; beyond which lies, Seattle Center, Uptown, and Queen Anne Hill. On the southwest by Elliott Bay, on the southeast by Virginia Street (beyond which lies the Pike Place Market and the rest of Downtown Seattle), and on the northeast by 5th Avenue, beyond which lies the Denny Triangle.
North on Western Avenue at Vine Street is the Belltown P-Patch and Cottage Park. These single family homes built in 1916 are the last of 11 on that quarter block area. The Cottages mark the 1850s shoreline and are the last remaining wood framed residences in downtown Seattle. The Belltown P-Patch provides gardening opportunities through the City of Seattle P-Patch program.
The Olympic Sculpture Park, a public sculpture garden of 8.5 acres, adjacent to Myrtle Edwards Park, is located on the northern edge of the Belltown waterfront. This park features contemporary art pieces, various ecosystems with plants indigenous to the Pacific Northwest, and a restored beach and seawall. The park's construction was funded entirely with private donations and is operated by the Seattle Art Museum. Unlike other such parks in the United States, the Olympic Sculpture Park is open to everyone, and admission is free.
In 2007, CNN Money named Belltown the best place to retire in the Seattle metro area, calling it "a walk-able neighborhood with everything you need." Belltown is also home to The Art Institute of Seattle, Antioch University, Argosy University, Mars Hill Graduate School and RealNetworks Headquarters.
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