About Belltown

Located between the Pike Place Market and the Seattle Center, Belltown is Seattle’s most diverse, urban neighborhood. It’s is home to:

The finest collection of restaurants, bars, cafes, bakeries, and sports bars in the State.

The most (19) unique clothing boutiques available in the region.

Not stage set environment but a vibrant living neighborhood with 15,000 residents (with 6 new residential buildings under construction), 6 million square feet of office space, and 3000 hotel rooms.

More than 15 quality furniture or showroom stores, and 13 Art Galleries.

Home to the Seattle Art Museum Olympic Sculpture Park, the EMP, Pacific Science Center, and the Odyssey Museum.

Over 30 salons, barbers, day spas, healthcare and fitness providers.

Eclectic entertainment with Cinerama Theater, legendary Moore Theatre, beloved Jazz Alley and numerous clubs & billiard halls.

Transportation Choices for Belltown

Parking: Meter parking is available on all streets with free parking after 8pm and on Sundays. Public Parking garages and surface lots are available throughout the neighborhood.

Bike routes: Bike lanes on the length of Second Avenue and along the waterfront.

Seattle Center Monorail: Runs between Westlake Center and Seattle Center down 5th Avenue.

Victoria Clipper: Runs to Victoria once daily in the Fall/Winter at Pier 69.

Washington State Ferries: Providing frequent transport across Puget Sound to Bremerton and Bainbridge Island.

King County Waterfront Taxi: Foot ferries between West Seattle, Vashon Island, and the Seattle Waterfront.