About Columbia City

Columbia City has the highest Walk Score of any neighborhood south of downtown, including the ever-popular “Junction” in West Seattle. Translation: there’s a lot to do here, and it’s all concentrated in one area. The people here love to support the local businesses. For example, I talked to a guy working at a little boutique who not only lived in the neighborhood but also bartended at the pub next door. In fact, he may have just been filling in at the shop as a favor to the owner. The point is: people get along harmoniously here in Columbia City.
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Living in Columbia City

The personality of the area, with its community pride and original historic buildings, has remained intact even through a period of growth and rising popularity.

One reason may be that Columbia City has been designated a historic landmark district in Seattle.

This requires oversight by a board of citizens who make sure the buildings and public spaces retain their historic appearance, and that the character of the buildings in the area is preserved.

This is evident when you take a look around the neighborhood, which is located in the Rainier Valley area of southeast Seattle between Interstate 5 and Lake Washington.

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Things to do in Columbia City

The destination-restaurant La Medusa has now been joined by newcomers like Salted Sea, a Vietnamese-influenced raw bar, and Super Six, serving poke, malasadas, and SPAM musubi. Or keep things simple at the Hummingbird Saloonwith pints, Cornish pasties, and games of pinball in the same Rainier Avenue strip mall as the amazing Full Tilt Ice Cream.

Columbia City Zip Code:

98118

Columbia City Geo Coordinates:

Lat: 47.5609405
Long: -122.3064413

Stock up on artisanal breads at Columbia City Bakery and other goodies at the PCC Natural Markets. Fashion-wise, Hunt sells high-end gentlemen’s gear on consignment, while Green Eileen offers gently used Eileen Fisher designs and supports nonprofits for women, teens, and bike accessibility.
Stretch your legs on a 2.4-mile paved loop under eagle nests and past Lake Washington shoreline at 300-acre Seward Park, then hit the superb Northwest African American Museum. At night, retire to Ark Lodge Cinemas for a flick, The Royal Room for live music, or the 1917 Columbia City Theater for a performance in the space that was dubbed “the city’s finest-sounding room” by SPIN Magazine.
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