Located northeast of downtown Seattle, “The Hill” is a great place to people watch. On any given day, you will find tech workers, artists, students and long-time residents strolling down Broadway Avenue, visiting the cafes, boutiques, and bars. With its large LGBT and student communities, Capitol Hill is a true melting pot.
Capitol Hill is a very walkable neighborhood with tree-lined streets and a plethora of parks, including Volunteer Park with its Seattle Asian Art Museum, and Cal Anderson Park, Louisa Boren Park, Interlaken Park, and Roanoke Park.
Homes in this area range from studio apartment buildings to historic mansions, and everything in between. Some of Seattle’s oldest and most elegant homes are located in the Harvard-Belmont Landmark District, while Broadway and the Pike/Pine corridor are vibrant commercial areas with a mix of single-family homes, condos, and apartments.