Deborah Moore

Capitol Hill Parks

When it is rainy and drizzly and gross out as often as it is in Seattle, people get real stir-crazy. Best way to combat the winter blues? Step out into one of Capitol Hill’s lush green spaces! Seattlites love their trees and parks almost as much as they love coffee shops – it’s all about […]

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Capitol Hill Walkability

Capitol Hill and Walkability go hand in hand. Seattle’s Capitol Hill neighborhood is tops for walkability in the entire city. This neighborhood has it all, and if you were lucky enough to work somewhere on the hill, you wouldn’t ever have to leave. In an area that’s roughly 2 miles by 4 miles, you can do […]

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Seattle Central in the Heart of Capitol Hill

Seattle Central | More Than Just a College

Seattle Central | More than a college! The Seattle Central neighborhood is the education hub of Capitol Hill. Seattle Central Community College offers an awesome array of educational opportunities for just about anyone. Thinking about changing careers? Check out their certificate programs. Interested in boat building? Seattle Central has a phenomenal maritime woodworking program. Maybe […]

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Interlaken | Part of East Capitol Hill

At the north end of Capitol Hill, you can find the Interlaken microhood – a completely residential neighborhood with old Seattle homes and beautiful, wild parks. The Interlaken microhood may be dominated by Interlaken and Louisa Boren parks, but it’s also home to some of Seattle’s oldest and grandest homes. It’s even rumored that one […]

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Bellevue, Bellevue, and Bellevue

Bellevue, Bellevue, and Bellevue: Where the Bellevue’s Collide Bellevue Court, Bellevue Place and Bellevue Avenue. It’s like the Bermuda Triangle of Capitol Hill, where three streets by the same name collide. It’s a junction with some great ju-ju. Here’s what we love about this microhood. Views. Red brick building snuggle up to one another and climb up […]

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