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Seattle is defined by hills, water and lush green landscapes. Seattle's downtown is surrounded by Queen Anne Hill, Magnolia Hill and Lake Union to the north, Capitol Hill, First Hill and Beacon Hill to the east, West Seattle Hill and Elliot Bay to the west. A short ferry ride across Elliot Bay and Puget Sound, are Bainbridge Island, Bremerton, and the Olympic Peninsula. Lake Washington, a 25 mile long and up to 2 mile wide lake lies east of the surrounding hills and separates Seattle from the city of Bellevue. The south end of Seattle is marked by Pioneer Square, Seahawk Stadium and Safeco Field, home of the Mariners, and docks for one of the largest container ports on the west coast. Seattle's housing market is very strong, especially in popular neighborhoods like Green Lake, Wallingford, Ravena, Capital Hill and Laurelhurst. If you need a real estate agent to show you around, you can find a great agent here at HomeGain. Find out more about Seattle Business Community at Seattle Chamber of Commerce.
|2010 Census Data||Seattle||King County||Washington||United States|
|Land area in square miles||84||2,116||66,456||3,531,907|
|People per sq. mi.||7,245||912||101||87|
|2010 Real Estate Market Data||Seattle||King County||Washington||United States|
|Total Housing Units||308,516||851,261||2,885,677||131,704,730|
Seattle NeighborhoodsAdams, Admiral, Alki, Anacortes, Arbor Heights, Atlantic, Aurora-Licton, Bainbridge Island, Ballard, Beacon Hill, Belltown, Belvedere Terrace, Bitter Lake, Blue Ridge, Boulevard Park, Bow, Briarcliff, Brighton, Broadmoor, Broadview, Broadway, Bryant, Burlington, Capitol Hill, Carnation, Cascade, Cedar Heights, Cedar Park, Centralia, Chinatown, Columbia City, Columbia Place, Crown Hill, Delridge, Denny Blaine, Denny Hill, Des Moines, Dunlap, Duwamish Peninsula, East Ballard, Eastlake, Eastside, Eatonville, Elbe, Fairmount Park, Fauntleroy, First Hill, Freeway Park Group, Fremont, Gatewood, Genesee, Genessee, Georgetown, Green Lake, Green Lake Area, Greenwood, Haller Lake, Haller Lake Plan, Harbor Island, Harrison, High Point, Highland Park, Holly Park, Interbay, Jackson Place, Judkins Park, Junction, Keyport, Lake Union, Lake Washington, Laurelhurst, Lavilla, Lawton Park, Leschi, Licton Springs, Lower Queen Anne, Loyal Heights, Madison, Madison Park, Madison Valley, Madrona, Magnolia, Maltby, Mann, Maple Leaf, Matthews Beach, Meadowbrook, Miller, Minor, Monroe, Montlake, Mt. Baker, Myrtle St. Area, Newcastle, Normandy Park, Ocean View Beach, Olympic Hills, Olympic Manor, Olympic Peninsula, Orcas Island, Phinney Ridge, Pigeon Point, Pike, Pike Market, Pike Place Market, Pine, Pinehurst, Pioneer Square, Port Townsend, Portage Bay, Poulsbo, Primeau Place, Queen Anne Hill, Rainer Beach, Rainking, Ravenna, Riverton, Riverview, Roosevelt, Roxhill, San Juan Island, Sand Point, Seabeck, Seaview, Seward Park, Shilshole Marina District, Skagit County, Snoqualmie, Sodo, South Park, Spruce Park, Squire Park, Stevens, Sunrise Heights, Sunset Hill, Tenino, The Junction, Thornton Creek, Top Hat, Vashon Island, Victory Heights, View Ridge, Wallingford, Washington Park, Wedgewood, Westlake, Westwood , Whidbey Island, White Center, Whittier Heights, Willowcrest , Windermere, Winthrop, Yesler Terrace, Youngstown.
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Seattle's reputation as a high tech community goes back to 1979 with Microsoft's move to nearby Bellevue, Washington. The Seattle area is home to technology companies like Amazon.com, RealNetworks, and T-Mobile USA. The large technology industry, as well as the growth in biomed companies, brought many highly educated residents to the area, increasing demand for homes, which are now some of the most expensive in the nation. According to data by the US Census Bureau, Seattle was the most educated city in the U.S., with 52.4 % of its residents over 25 having a college degree and 93% a high school diploma. The University of Washington was cited as 22nd best in the world in a Newsweek 2006 study.
The most famous real estate is the Space Needle. Other landmarks include Pike Place Market and the Fremont Troll.
Sports teams include the Seattle Mariners (baseball) and Seattle Seahawks (football).
Did You Know? Archaeological diggings prove that the Seattle area has been inhabited by humans for over 4,000 years. Seattle is also the birthplace of rock guitar legend Jimi Hendrix.
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