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Seattle, also known as the Emerald City, is a sparkling jewel tucked away in the Pacific Northwest. The city is home to many dynamic and interesting neighborhoods that a renter can call home.
Ballard is a historic neighborhood with a distinct Scandinavian flair. This neighborhood, an independent city annexed by Seattle in 1907, is one of the hottest rental markets in Seattle. Residents can find many condos, apartment buildings and duplexes scattered throughout Ballard, many of them pet-friendly. Ballard is home to many exciting and trendy shops. Residents of Ballard can escape from the hustle of the city at the nearby Golden Gardens Park, a coastal park in northern Ballard. A beautiful sandy beach beckons visitors to experience the grandeur of Puget Sound. To the south, Ballardites can visit the historic Chittenden Locks, called the Ballard Locks by residents of Seattle. At the Ballard Locks, visitors can watch boat traffic travel through the locks, stroll through the serene Carl S. English, Jr., Botanical Gardens, or watch salmon pass through the integrated fish ladder.
Capitol Hill is an exciting neighborhood located in the heart of downtown Seattle. This neighborhood is filled with attractive rental properties, from apartment buildings and condo towers to historic and charming houses. Residents of Capitol Hill can choose from a nearly endless number of restaurants, night clubs and shopping destinations. Capitol Hill is home to many of the anchors of downtown Seattle, including the Westlake Center, Pacific Place, the Washington State Convention Center and the flagship Nordstrom store. Renters in Capitol Hill can also relax at Volunteer Park, one of Seattle's oldest parks. In addition to its expansive green spaces, Volunteer Park hosts a conservatory filled with exotic plants, two koi ponds, and the Seattle Asian Art Museum.
The University District sits on the northern edge of the Lake Washington Ship Canal. The U District, as locals call it, is the home of the University of Washington. Renters can find many rental properties in the U District; entire streets are lined with apartment buildings and rental homes. University Avenue is the heartbeat of the U District. Small shops and restaurants line this iconic street, many of them catering to university students. The campus of the University of Washington, which is open to the public, is beautifully landscaped and filled with amazing architecture. In the spring, residents can stroll through the University's Quad and marvel at the University's cherry blossoms. The nearby University Village, located to the east of the University, is an upscale shopping destination.
West Seattle occupies a small peninsula in southwestern Seattle. This attractive neighborhood holds many vintage buildings that a renter can call home. Westwood Village, in the southern part of West Seattle, is home to several large national chain stores. Residents of West Seattle can pass their summer days at Alki Beach, which lines the northern edge of West Seattle. Alki Avenue runs along the beach and is home to condo towers, vintage homes, apartment buildings and many beachside restaurants.
The Emerald City is home to even more neighborhoods than are discussed here, from Greenwood to Georgetown. With so many neighborhoods to choose from, renters are certain to find the perfect neighborhood.