Here are the best neighborhoods for young professionals in Seattle. We asked our local neighborhood developers, who have a huge stake in bringing new residents to this city.
We asked our local neighborhood developers, who have a huge stake in bringing new residents to this city.
As you can see, the neighborhood development industry is thriving, and more and more young professionals are choosing Seattle as a place to call home. However, as one of our neighborhood developers put it, there doesn’t seem to be much competition for young professionals in this neighborhood.
The competition is only slightly less brutal for the young professional who is trying to get into the game. That is, if you’re not a pro gamer. But it’s not all good news. The most successful neighborhoods for young professionals tend to be the ones with lots of single folks and high crime rates.
The reasons for this are many. Many young professionals are moving for the same reasons they move to Seattle. These are people who are going to college in Seattle. But, the majority of young professionals who are coming to Seattle do so for the same reasons they came to Seattle in the first place. The only difference is that if they are young professionals, they are going to be bringing a lot of money and a lot of home to their new city of residence.
While there are a lot of different neighborhoods in Seattle, there are two that stand out as being the best places to live in terms of crime rates and affordability. They are in the south end of the city, right by the intersection of I-5 and I-90, and around the city’s central campus.
In both areas, the crime rate is a tiny bit lower than it is in Seattle proper, but you get an all-year-round climate. In the south end, you’re in a neighborhood that has a lot of parks, parks, and parks. If you want to make a pretty nice home and raise a family, you’ll find a better location than most Seattle neighborhoods. In the central campus, you’ll find a neighborhood that has a lot of parks, parks, and parks.
And if youre in a home in one of these neighborhoods, youll get a great deal on the real estate. The median home price is roughly $900,000, not far off the $1,100,000 median house price in Seattle. The median home price in the central campus is $1,360,000. In the south end, youll get the same median price, but the median home price is $972,000.
There are also good neighborhoods in the East End north of Rainier, and in the Ballard neighborhood west of Lake Washington. The median for the East End is 1,370,000, and the median for Ballard is 968,000. The median for the South End is 971,000, and the median for Lake Washington is 985,000. Both of these neighborhoods are also on the west side of Lake Washington, so youll get a better deal on the area with more lakes.