Seattle's Belltown

Seattle s Belltown When most of Seattle s original founders settled at today s Pioneer Square William Bell set up his own neighborhood a couple of miles up the waterfront Bell s Town grew in the early th century whe

  • Title: Seattle's Belltown
  • Author: Clark Humphrey
  • ISBN: 9780738548166
  • Page: 493
  • Format: Paperback
  • When most of Seattle s original founders settled at today s Pioneer Square, William Bell set up his own neighborhood a couple of miles up the waterfront Bell s Town grew in the early 20th century, when Seattle leveled the adjacent Denny Hill, and the newly flat regrade became a low rent district of bars, hotels, and industry In recent decades, Belltown has become one ofWhen most of Seattle s original founders settled at today s Pioneer Square, William Bell set up his own neighborhood a couple of miles up the waterfront Bell s Town grew in the early 20th century, when Seattle leveled the adjacent Denny Hill, and the newly flat regrade became a low rent district of bars, hotels, and industry In recent decades, Belltown has become one of the nation s fastest growing urban neighborhoods with upscale condominium towers and fashionable restaurants This new volume chronicles in than 200 images the colorful history of this diverse and constantly changing area Readers will enjoy early glimpses of such landmarks as the Seafair Torchlight Parade, the Seattle Center Monorail, the legendary Dog House, and the Edgewater Inn.

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    1 thought on “Seattle's Belltown”

    1. I don't know if Clark Humphrey is being liberal in his definition of "Belltown," or perhaps including more of the surrounding areas (Denny, downtown, etc.) than I'd expected, but I kept reading this and thinking, "Wow, I didn't know that was considered Belltown." It makes me feel slightly stupid, like I don't really know this city that I love. I always thought Belltown was just 2nd up to 4th and a few streets on either side of Bell. Everything east, north, or south of that, to me, was just where [...]

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