GET TO KNOW Maple Leaf
Maple Leaf is a charming urban village with abundant civic pride. We're not talking Stepford-Level. (That would be Blue Ridge.) There are just a lot of community-minded folks here that keep people engaged and reminded that, even though the surrounding neighborhoods are great, Maple Leaf is just a little cuter. Maple motifs and welcome signs are ubiquitous along the commercial area centered at Roosevelt Way and NE 90th St. It all contributes to its picturesque, small-town feel. It's no wonder that Maple Leaf has become an increasingly popular neighborhood for families and young urban couples who are early-to-bed and early-to-rise, but want a hip main street within walking distance... and, oh yeah, the rest of the city is nearby, too. In fact, as one of the neighborhoods that form the Northgate district of Seattle, Maple Leaf is just a few minutes by car from Northgate Mall, where there is plenty of shopping, dining and entertainment, appropriate for all ages.
WHERE TO SHOP
ACE Hardware: No, seriously. It's one of our favorite home improvement shops ever. You'll never go back to big box stores again.
WHERE TO CHILL
Cloud City Coffee: A chill cafe serving breakfast and lunch and local coffees, with comfy seating and WiFi.
WHERE TO BE OUTSIDE
Maple Leaf Reservoir Park: A 16-acre park with a pathways, athletic fields and courts, and a play area for children.
WHERE TO EAT
Cafe Piccolo: A cozy Italian bistro serving handmade pastas, and even gluten-free options.
WHERE TO DRINK
Roosevelt Ale House: A casual neighborhood beer hall with rotating microbrews and a patio for the summer months.
LIVE IN Maple Leaf
$361 kCondo Avg.
$800 kSingle Family Avg.
$1,7952 Bedroom Rent