As Seattle and Pacific Northwest natives, The UrbanAsh Team can appreciate the unique attributes every Seattle neighborhood, surrounding city, and Washington state region has to offer. Below are a few of our neighborhoods of expertise.
Ballard is a popular waterfront neighborhood north of downtown with a rich history and variety of trendy restaurants, shops and bars.
Beacon Hill is conveniently located just southeast of the downtown, ideal for those who like to live close to the city core and an easy commute.
Bellevue is a bustling city located just east of Seattle across Lake Washington. The city hosts thriving commercial districts and is consistently ranked as one of the best school districts.
Belltown Seattle is the most densely populated neighborhood in the city. This trendy neighborhood is at the center of nightlife and the hottest restaurants
Capitol Hill is one of the most densely populated neighborhoods in the city. Vibrant neighborhood with an endless number of blocks to explore boasting some of the city's best nightlife.
Denny Triangle is an urban triangle-shaped neighborhood seamlessly integrating professional and residential with restaurants, lounges, cafes, and shops.
The downtown Seattle neighborhood is perfect for those who love the energy and excitement of living in the hustle and bustle of big cities.
First Hill is a dense urban neighborhood located south of Capitol Hill. First Hill is home to Seattle University in addition to a collection of well-known private schools.
Fremont is a laidback waterside enclave, north bank of Lake Washington Ship Canal. Fremont is great for those who prefer a slower pace to that of downtown.
International District is a culturally rich neighborhood. Within International District are three neighborhoods- Chinatown, Japantown and Little Saigon.
Issaquah is a diverse, thriving, residential suburb nestled at the base of the Cascade Mountains, just 15 miles east of Seattle.
Kirkland is located on the shores of Lake Washington just east of Seattle and north of Bellevue. From adventure and outdoor activities, to shopping and dining, Kirkland has a lot to offer.
Leschi is a residential neighborhood located east of downtown on the shores of Lake Washington. This lakeside community has a casual, laid-back atmosphere
Lower Queen Anne
Lower Queen Anne is a hot spot. Steps from Seattle Center, Space Needle, Pacific Science Center, MoPOP, neighboring Belltown, and fantastic restaurants.
Madison Park is an upscale residential neighborhood located east of Downtown. A quiet, engaged community has a calm atmosphere.
Madison Valley is a charming hillside neighborhood located east of Capitol Hill. This quiet residential community faces Lake Washington
Madrona is located in Central Seattle. It is perfect for those who want to live in a beautiful, quiet neighborhood while maintaining a close proximity to downtown.
Magnolia is the second largest neighborhood in Seattle. Tranquil and family-friendly neighborhood located on a hilly peninsula just northwest of downtown.
Pike Place Market / West Edge
The Pike Place Market neighborhood, also known as West Edge. The West Edge is home to Pike Place Market, Seattle Art Museum and Benaroya Hall.
One of the oldest neighborhoods in Seattle, Pioneer Square is the ideal neighborhood for those who love to live close to it all.
South Lake Union
South Lake Union is an up-and-coming booming Seattle neighborhood is such a vibrant community with a distinct live-work-play vibe.
Upper Queen Anne
Queen Anne is the highest named hill in the city. Upper Queen Anne is home to 29 official Seattle landmarks, including 12 historic houses.
Wallingford is a charming residential neighborhood located east of Fremont on the north shore of Lake Union. Proximity to I-5 makes it a convenient location.
West Seattle neighborhood is located west of downtown. The laid-back beach community is connected to downtown and SoDo by the West Seattle Bridge.