South Lake Union

Once full of warehouses and light industrial buildings, South Lake Union is one of Seattle’s fastest developing neighborhoods, and is home to Seattle’s biotech community as well as Amazon’s new campus.  Joining these developments is a slew of up-and-coming restaurants, coffee shops and retailers who have recently moved into the fast-growing neighborhood. Having been thought through carefully, this neighborhood has yielded exceptional livable, walkable spaces with effective transportation, sustainability, and recreation.

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Daniel’s Broliler

Located on the Shores of South Lake Union, guests enjoy waterfront dinning with stunning views of Lake Union, Gasworks Park and Queen Anne as well as seaplanes and sailboats. Daniel’s Broliler features happy hour twice daily, live piano music, an outside deck, private dining rooms and an award winning wine list. 809 Fairview Place N, Website


Goodwill is a nonprofit organization that relies on your contributions. When you make a donation or shop at Goodwill, you are having a direct, positive impact on lives all across our community. 411 Westlake Ave. N, Website.

The Holiday Inn Seattle

The Holiday Inn Seattle offers guests the most convenient location in the City. Just five blocks from Seattle Center and leisure guests know this hotel is best because it is so close to the Space Needle, Pike Place Market and Pioneer Square. The friendly and knowledgeable staff will ensure you have the perfect Emerald City experience. 211 Dexter Ave. N, Website

South Lake Union Discovery Center

South Lake Union Discovery Center is an entire building devoted to acquainting visitors with the lay of the land for free. The center includes a display devoted to the area’s history, loads of information on places you can live or do business, and an amazing interactive model of the entire neighborhood. 101 Westlake Ave. N, Website

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