WORK IN ONE OF THE CITY'S MOST STORIED AND
Ballard’s prosperity first came from the timber and cedar mills located along the ship canal that leads to Lake Union. Today the neighborhood is known for the old Seattle Scandinavian + maritime culture and its mix of award-winning northwestern breweries, coffee shops, and restaurants.
Next door to 10 breweries and tap rooms, some of Seattle’s classic quick breakfast stops, Trader Joe’s, Amazon Fresh, New Seasons Market, and a host of retail and fitness options just a few blocks away on Market Street.
Transit development: benefit from the Burke Gilman Missing Link trail connection and the future RapidRide Ballard -Fremont bus line and light rail station.
JUST AROUND THE CORNER
92 Walk Score
83 Bike Score