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Madison Park - Seattle

Known for it's tree-lined streets, petite sidewalk cafes, independently-owned gift shops, clothiers, and eateries, Madison Park is the kind of neighborhood where proprietors are still likely to learn your name. A few blocks away is Washington Park Arboretum, a spectacular urban green space on the shores of Lake Washington. Comprised of more than 230 acres of winding paths, jogging trails, horticultural gardens, internationally recognized botanical collections, this lush parkland is open every day of the year.

This graceful, historic enclave is a short 10-minute drive from the heart of the city where ferryboats ply the busy waterfront, the legendary Pike Place Market is in full swing and Seattle Center's Space Needle and Experience Music Project add their own sparkle to the city's eclectic mix. Seattle is known for its robust cultural life. Blessed with a fine collections of museums, galleries and independent booksellers, the city is said to be home to more coffee shops per capita than anywhere else in the country. Seattle's theatre, ballet and opera are presented in exquisite venues: from the opulence of the Paramount and Fifth Avenue Theater, to the sophistication of Benaroya Hall and the intimacy of ACT Theatre, there is something for every cultural palate. Known nationally for its focus on fresh, whole foods, innovative cuisine and bistro dining, Seattle is also a shopper's paradise offering everything from pocket-size boutiques to the finest luxury retail.

  • Madison Park
  • Paradise Road
  • Sylvan Cove
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