The downtown Seattle neighborhood is the ideal location for those who like to be at the center of it all. Walkscore.com has declared Downtown the most walkable neighborhood in Seattle, with world-class public transportation. This is the neighborhood where having a car is classified as a perk, and “nice to have.” With the Public Transit, Link Light Rail, new bike lanes and bike rental scattered everywhere it’s super easy to get just about anywhere in a flash.
There are endless things to do, to keep you busy! Great restaurants like The Brooklyn, RN74, Purple Cafe, Tulio, Metropolitan Grill, Lecosho, and Japonessa; coffee houses and cafes; designer boutiques such as Gucci and Louis Vuitton; Nordstrom, Barneys New York and Macys department stores; Westlake Center and Pacific Place shopping malls; 5th Avenue Theater, Benaroya Hall Symphony and Paramount Theater.
The downtown neighborhood is perfect for those who love the energy and excitement of living in the hustle and bustle of big cities. By day it’s mostly office dwellers, young professionals, and shoppers.
There are no houses in Downtown Seattle, the neighborhood is made up of skyscraper office towers, high-rise condominium towers and apartments.