The Belltown neighborhood lies along Seattle’s waterfront, between the central business district and the city’s most famous landmark, the Space Needle. Belltown is a medium-to-high-density residential neighborhood. It is also home to many of the city’s hottest night-clubs, coffee houses, art galleries and restaurants.
Also known as the Denny Regrade, this neighborhood has a rich history. In the earlier part of the 20th Century Denny Hill was leveled in a massive engineering project that spawned today’s Belltown neighborhood.
From Belltown, the Waterfront, Pike Place Market, Seattle Center (Lower Queen Anne) and Downtown are only footsteps away. Hwy 99 and north & southbound I-5 are also easily accessible.
The commercial success of Seattle’s business district lures people from all over King County to shop and work; why suffer the commute when you can just lace up your shoes?