Central District Homes & Real Estate

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Homes for Sale in Central District WA

Central District Properties for Sale June 20, 2024
19471
Listed
88
Avg. DOM
$455.80
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$587,900
Med. List Price
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What You Need to Know About Central District

 


The Central District is a neighborhood in Seattle, Washington, situated just east of downtown. Here's an overview of the Central District:

  1. Location: The Central District is centrally located, east of downtown Seattle. It is bordered by Lake Washington to the east, Capitol Hill to the north, Madison Valley to the west, and Judkins Park to the south.

  2. Historical Significance: The Central District has played a significant role in Seattle's history. It was historically an African-American neighborhood, and it has been a hub for cultural and social activities.

  3. Residential Character: The neighborhood features a mix of residential areas, including single-family homes, townhouses, and apartment buildings. In recent years, there has been ongoing development and changes in the housing landscape.

  4. Community Diversity: The Central District has been known for its cultural diversity, and it continues to be home to a mix of communities. It has a rich cultural history, with a legacy of jazz, art, and activism.

  5. Parks and Open Spaces: The neighborhood has several parks and open spaces, providing residents with recreational opportunities. Prominent parks include Pratt Park and Powell Barnett Park.

  6. Retail and Commercial Areas: The Central District has retail and commercial areas that offer local businesses, shops, and restaurants. These areas contribute to the neighborhood's vibrancy and serve as community hubs.

  7. Changes and Gentrification: Like many urban neighborhoods, the Central District has experienced changes and gentrification over the years. This has led to both challenges and opportunities for the community, impacting its demographics and character.

  8. Cultural Institutions: The neighborhood is home to cultural institutions and community centers that host events, exhibits, and activities. These institutions play a role in preserving and celebrating the neighborhood's cultural heritage.

  9. Education: Schools serving the Central District are part of the Seattle Public Schools district. There are educational opportunities for students of different age groups within the neighborhood.

  10. Transportation: The Central District is well-connected by public transportation, making it accessible to downtown Seattle and surrounding areas. The neighborhood's location allows for convenient commuting.

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