Downtown Seattle’s Pike-Pine Renaissance area should bethe best urban experience in the country – on par with Chicago’s Michigan Avenue and San Francisco’s Union Square. A renewed streetscape can connect our scenic Waterfront to Capitol Hill with cultural attractions all along the way, such as the world-famous Pike Place Market, the Retail Core, and the Washington State Convention Center.
The Junction – Need a perfect new outfit or gift? The WestSeattle Junction offers some of Seattle’s best shopping. You will find everything you need at the Junction, from art, clothing, toys and even electronics; you won’t need to go anywhere else.
The Fremont – According to reliable sources, Fremont lies in a special geophysical local. Stay long enough and you too, will notice an odd gravitational pull, the inability to stay away, the overwhelming urge to return again and again.
Ballard Avenue – Traditionally home to Seattle’s Scandinavian community, today’s Ballard is thriving with charming boutiques, yoga studios, great restaurants and plenty of opportunities to veer off the beaten path to discover something new. Here’s a list of the best places to shop and dine in Ballard.
Madison Valley – is a charming Seattle village with a European flair. We offer an eclectic mix of sophisticated shops, services, and restaurants. Our independently owned businesses attract visitors from afar, and shopkeepers greet customers by name. Here you’ll find people enjoying the good life, strolling the sidewalks, pausing to chat and explore. Join us, say hello, and stay awhile.
Old Bellevue – You will find modern boutiques featuring off-the- beaten-path fine apparel or one-of-a-kind specialty gift items. Unique shopping opportunities vary from fitness apparel and upscale home decor to decadent chocolates. The variety continues with spas, salons, and companies offering the latest in fine jewelry, bath accessories or works of art.
South Lake Union – Not your average neighborhood. Not your average shops. When you’re looking for some more eclectic, interesting shopping, it abounds from one end of the neighborhood to the other.
Madrona – is a Seattle neighborhood located on the shores of Lake Washington between the neighborhoods of Denny Blaine and Leschi. Madrona has a small commercial core centered at the corner of 34th and Union. Views of Lake Washington, the Cascades, and Mt. Rainier.
Kirkland – From high-end boutiques to vintage finds, Kirkland offers a spectrum of shopping experiences. Stylish furniture shops, decorative art and novelty stores, and one-of-a-kind clothing boutiques await you in Kirkland’s charming downtown.