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Pioneer Square is one of the most historic neighborhoods in Seattle.  Dubbed Seattle’s “original neighborhood” as it was the first place where pioneers made a permanent settlement in 1852 after originally landing in Alki.  It is known for its art galleries, hip bar & restaurant scene, shops and museums, and proximity to downtown (less than a half mile).  Pioneer Square is also one of the most well connected neighborhoods.  Being so close to public transit with many bus lines as well as the King Street Train Station, this makes the area an ideal location to countless businesses which range from startups to Internet marketing companies and has since injected a new form of life into the older neighborhood.  Major employers here are EMC; Port of Seattle; Expeditors; HTC and Socrata.  Pioneer Square has a population of 2,252 and is bordered by Alaskan Way South(west); Cherry Street (north); Interstate 5, then Fourth Avenue South (east); and South King Street (south). Some sources will also include CenturyLink Field as being a part of Pioneer Square as well.  When in Pioneer Square be sure to check out the famous Salumi Artisan Cured Meats sandwich shop.

While noted as one of the least residential neighborhoods in Seattle, its status as a historic district makes for an architecturally beautiful early 20th-century landscape with a hint of modern luxury apartment towers and condominium buildings which is more prominent particularly near the stadiums.  There is no shortage of urban attractions in Pioneer Square including underground tours that take visitors through historic passageways and original buildings that are now beneath today’s city streets.  The Klondike Gold Rush National Historic Park, which is the smallest national park in the country illustrates the prominent role Seattle played during the gold rush.  Admission to the museum is free. Smith Tower, which was opened in 1914 was once one of the tallest buildings west of the Mississippi River. Its observation deck which was under renovation in 2015, provides one of the best views of Seattle’s waterfront.  Many small parks, most notably (Occidental Square Park and Pioneer Park) pay homage to the cities storied history.  Homes for sale in Pioneer Square vary: there are primarily Condos For Sale In Pioneer Square and Town-Homes For Sale In Pioneer Square.  There are also many New Condos For Sale In Pioneer Square and many under construction.  Thank you for using SearchHomesNW.com to find 30% more listings than Zillow, Trulia, and Realtor.

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