The Eastside neighborhood is quiet, nestled up to the Newcastle Hills and surrounded by parks and walking trails, with views of Mount Rainier to the...
Lake Forest Park: a small suburban city of woods, hills and — of course — neighborhood parks | NW Neighborhood VIEW
One of the area’s first planned communities grows up (but not too big) along Lake Washington
From humble beginnings, Medina grows into a waterfront community of privacy, wealth and convenience | NW Neighborhood VIEW
The small city on the eastern shores of Lake Washington is a quick commute to Bellevue and Seattle.
Seattle’s Central District is changing, but it remains eminently convenient and walkable | NW Neighborhood VIEW
People and businesses continue to move in to the historically diverse, increasingly busy neighborhood
It’s a quiet, suburban residential neighborhood whose tree-lined streets are filled with modest homes, as well as some shops and businesses concentrated along Aurora Avenue...
City’s tightly compact, pedestrian-friendly core is filled with sleek high-rises and loads of shopping and dining options.
Its small, walkable core contains vintage brick buildings filled with hip bars and cafes, breweries and record and comic-book stores.
Pricey Laurelhurst neighborhood is home to wealthy people who enjoy water views and proximity to the University of Washington and University Village shopping center.
Fremont has long been a haven for arts and counterculture. Its commercial center is chock full of unique shops, studios and restaurants, bars and small...
Walk where the first white settlers to arrive in Seattle once lived.