THE NEIGHBORHOOD

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SEATTLE

the neighborhood | Pioneer Square

history
Once the heart of the city. Nearly all burned in the Great Seattle Fire of 1889. By the end of 1890, dozens of brick and stone buildings had been erected in their stead; to this day, the architectural character of the neighborhood derives from these late 19th century buildings.
Every spring Seattle celebrates the Pioneer Square Fire Festival with a parade and display of antique and modern fire apparatus, demonstrations of firefighter skills, food and craft booths, and a party near the Fallen Firefighters Memorial.
local favorites

Pike’s Place Market | Seattle’s Original Farmer’s Market

Elysian Brewing Comopany | Craft brews + food

Callus | Coffee + Retail + Barber shop, etc

Pier 57 | Take a ride on the iconic Great Wheel

Casco Antiquo | Tacos + Margaritas

Space Needle | Experience the city from great heights

parking

There are three parking structures within 2 blocks of THE 101. Street parking is also available and we recommend taking the streetcar for a true Seattle experience or catching a Lyft so you can travel worry-free. Here’s a parking map.

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