Service Areas

Our Seattle Washington Service Areas

Downtown Seattle

If you’re looking for your own slice of New York City on the West Coast, downtown Seattle is a great place to start. Everything you could ever want from a big city is packed into Seattle’s very geographically manageable downtown. Catch a concert at Benaroya Hall, enjoy a book in the Louvre Pyramid-esque reading room of the Central Library, take in plays and musicals at a number of theaters, shop everything from upscale designer stores such as Luly Yang to quirky Seattle staples like Ye Olde Curiosity Shop, buy fresh ingredients for dinner at Pike Place Market, and eat out at great restaurants like Miller’s Guild and the Steelhead Diner.

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Columbia City

Found southeast of downtown and south of Capitol Hill, Columbia City has historically been a neighborhood of immigrant communities and, although it’s fast becoming hip-ified, remains one of the most diverse zip codes in the US. Make sure to hit up Ezell’s Famous Chicken (which is apparently a favorite of Oprah’s) and a vast sea of other great places to eat, most with an international focus. Central Cinema is a unique theater experience — they serve food and drink in front of the big screen and show old movies for cheap.

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Greenwood’s business district remains as successful as it was decades ago. The area around 85th Street and Greenwood Avenue is booming with coffeehouses, antique stores, bars, and eateries, along with a community theater. The community hosts many events that appeal to families and urbanites alike. Things tend to quiet down at night, which makes this the perfect place to live if you like to be on the move during the day and a homebody when the sun goes down.

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