Capitol Hill is a popular, fast-paced residential neighborhood situated just east of the city’s downtown central business district. During the day, markets, boutiques, and salons are a big draw. Nightlife is hopping with clubs, bars, and music venues, and you’ll often find coffee shops that moonlight as cocktail lounges.
This desirable location contains some of Seattle’s wealthiest neighborhoods, including “Millionaire’s Row” along 14th Avenue E, a charming collection of single family residences on tree-lined streets, and the Harvard-Belmont Landmark District. It also has many distinguished apartment houses, including several designed by the distinguished builder Fred Anhalt.
The neighborhood figures prominently in nightlife and entertainment, with many bars hosting live music and with numerous avant-garde theaters. Most of the Hill’s major thoroughfares are dotted with coffeehouses, taverns and bars, and residences cover the gamut from modest motel-like studio apartment buildings to some of the city’s most historic mansions, with the two types sometimes shoulder-to-shoulder.
- The site lies 3 blocks away from the Light Rail station.
- The neighborhood is home to some of the best food and drink spots in all of Seattle
- Located just East of I-5
- Just over a mile from the Seattle Central Business District
- Located in one of the strongest and stable rental markets in the city
- 50-yard line location