Ballard hip, West Seattle views, or Kirkland serenity? TheMarketTalks.com offers an easy way to research and compare neighborhoods throughout the Seattle-Eastside area, including maps, photos, links and more. The neighborhood profiles are a labor of love by the team at Windermere Real Estate/Mercer Island, developed to give consumers easy to access tools to enable them to learn more about potential communities within our Seattle Metro area” says the company’s owner Julie Barrows. The website relies heavily on relevant links to great resources that locals know, but others might not. It’s beauty is that it is all assembled in one easy to access place.
Ever wonder what the differences are between Seattle neighborhoods that seem so similar? Or where Ballard, Queen Anne or Madison Park are located in relation to Downtown. Get the scoop on Seattle neighborhoods –local amenities, maps, restaurants, and schools for each neighborhood in one easy place. Ballard, Belltown, Broadmoor, Capitol Hill, Downtown, Freemont, Green Lake, Laurelhurst, Madison Park, Madrona-Leschi, Magnolia, North Seattle-Shoreline, Queen Anne, Seward Park, South Seattle, Wallingford and West Seattle.
Just East of Seattle, Bellevue and Kirkland, and many other Eastside cities (Redmond, Issaquah,Duvall, Mercer Island, Renton, Samamish, and Woodinville), are drawing younger, high-tech crowds. With so many new technology start-ups blended with long-standing icons, the Eastside continues to be a mecca for growth in the Seattle area region. Here’s a look at a few of the Eastside’s many neighborhoods.
We’ve compiled school district info and ratings for schools throughout the greater Seattle-Eastside region in one place to make your research easier. Click here for links to each school district. You can also use this site to see which schools serve which neighborhoods…and which neighborhoods are part of which school districts. We’ve made all of the connections for you to make analysis a breeze.