After the Great Fire of 1889 slowed the progress of Seattle’s downtown growth in what is now Pioneer Square, and independent-spirited entrepreneurs moved north establishing the city’s financial and retail core. In 1907, Seattle farmers created Pike Place Market effectively eliminating dishonest middlemen and a century later it’s still a huge attraction.
West Edge is a modern and professional district and home to a variety of cultures. It spans 12 blocks from Lenora to Cherry and between Western & 2nd. An excellent dynamic exists with historic buildings from the late 19th century standing alongside high rises from the 21st. Panoramic city, bay and mountain views are plentiful as are hundreds of dining, shopping and entertainment options. The arts are heavily represented with the extensively remodeled Seattle Art Museum, independent galleries and the award-winning, city-block-sized Benaroya Hall.
There’s a vibrant feeling to this exciting location offering a wide array of condominium styles.
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