The Central Area neighborhood is located in Central Seattle. Condos for sale in Central Area include foreclosures (bank-owned condos), short sales, and traditional resale and new construction condos.
Central Area is also called Central District. It has plenty of restaurants offering delivery or take-out options. One of them is Taste of the Caribbean (206.323.9112, tasteofthecaribbeanseattle.com) in 1212 E Jefferson St located east of Seattle University Park and near Arcaro Boxing Gym. And another restaurant is Fat’s Chicken and Waffles (206.602.6863, fatschickenandwaffles.com) at 2726 E Cherry St located southwest of Nora's Woods. Both restaurants are offering take-out and delivery via UberEats, Door Dash, and Postmates. Everyone is looking for oysters and salmon, and it’s hard to find the best taste of these iconic foods. But restaurants in Central District have specialties for seafood like Seattle Fish Guys (206.485.7388, seattlefishguys.com) in 411 23rd Ave S located southeast of Dr. Blanche Lavizzo Park and near Chase Bank. Seattle Fish Guys bring you a selection of fish, clam chowder, poke bowls, kimchee, shrimp cocktail, raw oyster bar, and king crab.
If you're looking for traditional flavors of roasted chicken in this neighborhood, a Peruvian restaurant named San Fernando Roasted Chicken (206.331.3763, pollos-sanfernando.com) is available at 900 Rainier Ave S located west of Judkins Park and Playfield and near the Seattle Bouldering Project. This restaurant is serving Peruvian Cousine like Roasted Chicken-Pollos a la Brasa. This crispy skin, juicy and fall-off-the-bone tender is the best-roasted chicken in Seattle. Some residents in Central District love to walk on Cherry Street because they don't have to travel the world to taste the international cuisines. There are many Ethiopian restaurants like Ras Dashen Restaurant (206.709.7626, rasdashenseattle.com) in 2801 E Cherry St, Agelgil Ethiopia Restaurant in 2800 E Cherry St a, Zagol Ethiopian restaurant (206.322.1019, zagolethiopianrestaurant.com) in 2722 E Cherry St, Cafe Selam (206.328.0404, cafeselam.com) in 2715 E Cherry St, and Meskel Restaurant (206.860.1724, meskelethiopian.com) in 2605 E Cherry St.
Residents don't have to wait for the ice cream truck to buy different flavors of ice cream like blackberry jam, vegan lime sherbet, and vegan brownies & cream. They have Molly Moon's Ice Cream shop (206.324.0753, mollymoon.com) at 1408 34th Ave located south of Alvin Larkins Park. And if you want to visit the eco-conscious cafe in Central District, they have Central Cafe and Juice Bar (206.538.0380, centralcafeseattle.com) in 2509 E Cherry St located east of Garfield Tennis Courts. It's an eco-conscious cafe serving smoothies, fresh-pressed juice lattes, teas, espresso coffees, and in-house-made sandwiches.
Central Area is part of King County, with 29,868 population, and located northeast of the International District and south of Capitol Hill. Central District Livability is 57/100, #73 ranked neighborhood in Seattle, and #286 ranked neighborhood in Washington. The cost of living in this neighborhood is 4% lower than the Seattle average. Real Estate prices are 10% lower than the Seattle average. And Central District has few monuments to recognize the city’s African American community. Northwest African American Museum is at 2300 S Massachusetts St in the west of Sam Smith Park and east of Atlantic Street Park. To see today's condo listings in Central Area, Seattle, please click the link below.
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Central Area, also referred to as the Central District, was once a hotbed of the civil rights movement as memorialized in the names of many streets and public structures. The Central District today is a residential neighborhood of family-owned businesses, historic landmark houses and some of the lowest home prices in the city. Close proximity to downtown and I-90 make the Central Area an attractive option for Seattle and Eastside workers.
The Central Area, commonly called the Central District or CD, is a mostly residential district in Seattle located east of First Hill (12th Avenue and Rainier Avenue); west of Madrona , Leschi and Mt. Baker; south of Capitol Hill, and north of Rainier Valley. Historically, the Central District has been one of Seattle's most racially and ethnically diverse neighborhoods, and was once the center of Seattle's black community and a major hub of African-American businesses.
The Central District's main thoroughfares are its east boundary along Martin Luther King Jr. Way ("MLK"), its west boundaries along 12th Avenue and Rainier Avenue, its 'main street' 23rd Avenue (north and southbound) and E. Union, E. Cherry, E. Jefferson, E. Yesler Way, and S. Jackson (east and west bound).
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