GET TO KNOW Jackson Place
Just east of the International District lies Jackson Place, at the busy intersection of major thoroughfares Jackson St and Rainier Avenue. There is a mix of older mid-century homes, commercial properties and newer developments. Those include the Hiawatha Artist Lofts, which offer live-work spaces to professional artists, and the redeveloped Legacy apartments (famous for the old Wonder Bread sign that sits on its roof). The area is still considered up-and-coming and is attracting many new residents, thanks to its ease of access to major roads connecting to Capitol Hill, Central District, downtown and South Lake Union. Jackson Place is part of the larger Atlantic neighborhood, but because of its concentration of restaurants and shops, it has a distinct, active community of its own.
WHERE TO SHOP
Lam's Seafood Market: A family-run market offering fresh seafood and produce, an asian deli and imported specialities.
WHERE TO CHILL
Seatle Bouldering Project: Perhaps the citys best rock-climbing gym, with surfaces for all levels, plus yoga and fitness classes.
WHERE TO BE OUTSIDE
Pratt Park: Almost 6 acres of green space, playgrounds, picnic areas (with BBQ stands) and a basketball pavilion.
WHERE TO EAT
Humble Pie: A cozy, eco-friendly pizza place with garden seating and menu options for vegans and carnivores alike.
WHERE TO DRINK
Wonder Sport Bar: A pub serving beer and cocktails, pub fare and Ethiopian food, with live jazz nights and big screens for big games.
LIVE IN Jackson Place
$318 kCondo Avg.
$523 kSingle Family Avg.
$02 Bedroom Rent