430 26th Avenue East, Seattle
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Your neighborhood guide to living in Arboretum
- Outdoor Recreation
- Madrona Elementary
Every student by name and need.
- Meany Middle
A community of lifelong learners that demonstrate the knowledge, skills, and values required for innovative global citizenship.
- Garfield High (Award Winning)
A place where you make your dreams come true.
- Bush School
To spark in students of diverse backgrounds and talents a passion for learning, accomplishment, and contribution to their communities.
- Seattle Preparatory
Seattle Prep is a Catholic, Jesuit college preparatory school since 1891.
- Madrona Business District
Featuring roughly 10 restaurants, a corner market, Pilates studio, barber, dry cleaner, laundromat, jewelry, home decor store, doggie daycare, children’s boutique, plus other businesses including the home of the world famous Glassybaby.
- Pacific Place
Enjoy the view of five levels of exceptional fashion, delicious foods and new movies.
- University Village Shopping Center
Seattle’s only outdoor lifestyle shopping center, offering a unique mix of locally-owned boutiques, signature national retailers, and a distinct collection of restaurants and eateries.
- Bellevue Square Mall
Home to over 200 shops, the region’s largest dining district with over 50 local-to-global restaurants & nightlife adventures.
- The Essential Baking Company
Our menus change to highlight the seasons and we choose locally produced ingredients whenever possible. We serve breakfast and lunch, fair-trade Victrola Coffee, teas, natural juices, sodas; and of course our fresh-baked breads, pastries, crackers, and desserts.
- The Harvest Vine
Tapas in Seattle: A Basque kitchen where collaboration meets craft and strangers become friends.
- Café Flora
Creative vegetarian cuisine.
- Aglio E Olio
Locally sourced simply delicious, unpretentious, and honest rustic Italian.
- Voila! Bistrot
Charming French food venue.
Tapas/Small Plates – An opportunity to experiment and explore, to both work with and taste new flavors and foods without any pretense or culinary douchiness.
- Bar Cantinetta
- Washington Park Arboretum
230 acres contain a dynamic assortment of plants, some found nowhere else in the Northwest.
- Washington Park Playfield
Located in the Washington Park Arboretum. It has fields for soccer, baseball, and softball.
- Madison Park Beach
Seasonal swimming beach offers swimming raft, diving boards, and children’s play area.
- Plum Tree Park
Great neighborhood park complete with a play area with slide and climbing features, small lawn area, and true to its name: a plum tree.
- Seattle Japanese Garden
One of the most highly regarded Japanese-style gardens in North America.
- Madrona Park
Park includes a wooded hillside that slopes down to a grassy beach and swimming area, where lifeguards are on duty in the summer. It also features a jogging path along Lake Washington and picnic areas.
- Cal Anderson Park
Includes a fountain, texture pool and reflecting pool, promenade paths, landscaping, a shelter house, a plaza, a children’s play area, a wading pool, a lighted sports field, and a number of oversize chess boards. This open park invites walking, sitting, reading, contemplation, informal sports in the meadow, and organized sports on the athletic field.
- Powell Barnett Park
Children’s play area, complex climbing structures, a wading pool in the summer, basketball hoops, and a broad field ideal for frisbee – there’s something in the park for kids of all ages.
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