- First Hill Plaza
- MLS® #: 1477156
- 1301 Spring Street Ph
- Seattle, WA 98104
- 4 Bed, 6 Bath, 6,918 SqFt
Those familiar with the Emerald City know that there are many unique neighborhoods, each with their own specific culture, vibe and amenities. Belltown, WA, is a downtown hotspot with a diverse, urban feeling. It is centrally located along the waterfront of the Elliott Bay. The bay forms the southwestern border, with Denny Way to the north, the I-5 to the east and Olive Way forming the southeastern border. As is true of all of the central neighborhoods, it's easy to get into and out about town on public transportation, and everything is within walking distance. There's a transit link to Sea-Tac airport as well. Highway 99 feeds directly down through the heart of Belltown, and the nearby neighborhoods include lower Queen Anne, Cascade, South Lake Union, Pike and downtown. (read more about living in Belltown)
Below you'll find all the currently available condos for sale in Belltown, sorted by price. If you'd like more information about buying or selling a Belltown condo, or if you just have questions about the real estate market there please give us a call at 206-309-5995.
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This wedge-shaped neighborhood may or may not include Pike place market, depending on who you ask, but the fact remains that Belltown has many of Seattle's most iconic landmarks and institutions. The rehab and revitalization projects along the piers have lent a new vitality to the waterfront. Centennial Park stretching up along the bay north of the neighborhood past the piers, with their trendy restaurants and lounges. Further up from Elliot Bay, there are a variety of lounges, restaurants and entertainment spots, as well as plenty of boutique shops, coffee houses and other urban amenities. Like almost all of central Seattle, Belltown is extremely walkable, with a vibrant small-business scene and plenty of options for almost everything.
Most people choose Belltown for its location near major employers and the convenient links to public transportation. It's also popular for its shops, nightlife and the picturesque waterfront parks. If you're interested in the contemporary, live-work-play lifestyle that Belltown residents enjoy, take a look at some of the options here to see if anything fits your needs. Of course, you can always feel free to call our local Seattle experts to get an inside look at what might be available to fit your requirements for amenities, location and budget.