Welcome to Capitol Hill
Vibrant high-tech paradise infused with culture and adventure
Nestled directly east of downtown, Capitol Hill exudes the sophisticated appeal of a youthful neighborhood with progressive views and culture. Known to come alive in the nighttime—with glitzy nightclubs, pubs, and bars—this neighborhood pulls in a crowd of creatives, from artists to musicians and young professionals in the high-tech industry, all with a common ambition to have a good time in life. It is considered one of Seattle's friendliest neighborhoods, cradling a close-knit community with residents who look out for one another. With proximity to Downtown Seattle and the university district, access to public transit is made easy, and the commute in and out of the neighborhood is a breeze. Locals love the outdoors and spend their days out in various beautiful parks, relishing the pleasant weather and indulging in various forms of recreation. Immaculate modern condominiums dominate the streets, interspersed with apartments and single-family homes.
What to Love
Home to many young professionals because of the bustling energy, Capitol Hill is a fast-paced urban neighborhood. Residents move here for the eclectic nightlife and daytime activities, and are not disappointed, because they get what they came for and more. The neighborhoods wind through hilly terrains, though the homes are within walking distance to the numerous restaurants, bars, and clubs that fill the streets and corners.
Dining, Entertainment & Shopping
In a neighborhood as energetic as Capitol Hill, caffeine is much needed for that extra kick. Victrola Coffee Roasters will deliver your coffee right to your doorstep with just a single subscription. They are known for their premium coffee blends and unique coffee beans, while also offering the best brewing tips when needed.
The first-ever Starbucks Roastery and Reserve was opened in Seattle in 2014. A selection of the finest and rarest coffee blends served by Starbucks can be enjoyed here. In the mood for a little tour? Stroll through the establishment or just settle down for baked Italian treats over a cup of coffee with friends or colleagues, with good conversation flowing all around.
Capitol Cider is loved by locals for its hard ciders and 100% gluten-free hand-made meals. With its unique artsy vibes and decor, Capitol Cider is the place to go for lively conversations, live music/dance performances, theatrical/spoken word competitions, and all-around exquisitely prepared meals and fine drinks.
Craving the perfect fusion of Vietnamese and French cuisine? Then head over to Stateside for fine dining, impressive decor, and unparalleled service.
Things To Do
The Volunteer Park is home to a number of events and activities, especially in the summer and spring. Summertime is the unofficial picnic time, while sports like soccer and softball also have designated fields. Residents with dogs can be seen enjoying a frisbee game with their pets. In the spring, the Dahlia Garden blooms and changes the outlook of the park. Koi ponds are also clustered around with their bright and decorative fins catching the sun rays. It is home to the Volunteer Park Conservatory, a Botanical Garden, and a designated Seattle landmark.
The Historic Mansion District is located on Millionaire's Row and features sprawling mansions that date back to the early 20th century. Take a walk through the street and gaze upon the historic and magnificent mansions, most with an underlying history.
The Cal Anderson Park is a public park featuring a mountain-like fountain, a reflecting and wading pool. It also has a playground with features like swings, slides, and many more. Tennis and Basketball enthusiasts can get their game on at the concrete courts within the park.
Schools in Capitol Hill offer students an enriching and culturally fulfilling education, with options ranging from public to private. Some of the area’s most coveted schools include: