Phinney Place II | Phinney Ridge

406 North 68th Street, Seattle



HeatGas, Forced Air


Year Built2022

Square Footage3,771

Your neighborhood guide to living in Phinney Ridge

  • Schools
  • Shopping/Restaurants
  • Outdoor Recreation
  • Community




  • Northgate Mall
    3 major department stores, a food court, a play area, and over 130 stores to help you find just what you are looking for.
  • 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.
  • The Bellevue Collection
    The definitive local-to-global mix of fashion, tech, dining, and entertainment in the Pacific Northwest.


  • Celine Patisserie
    Modern croisanterrie, that also serves tarts, mousse cakes, espresso drinks, quiches, and croissant sandwiches.
  • Red Mill Burgers
    One of the 20 hamburgers you must eat before you die – Oprah Show & GQ Magazine.
  • Oliver’s Twist
    Hip, loungey space serving American and Cambodian food.
  • El Chupacabra
    Mission style Mexican food with some of the best margaritas.
  • Yanni’s Greek Restaurant
    Family owned and operated. Bringing you only the freshest ingredients, whether it be from our gardens or from the vendors we choose.
  • Asadero Ballard
    Mexican Prime and Wagyu Steakhouse.

Outdoor Recreation

  • Green Lake Park
    The park serves as a natural preserve for hundreds of species of trees and plants, as well as numerous birds and waterfowl. The newly reconstructed 2.8-mile path around the lake provides a perfect recreational spot for runners, bikers, skaters, and walkers.
  • Golden Gardens Park
    Located in Ballard on Puget Sound, this popular park offers extraordinary views of Puget Sound and the Olympic Mountains. This park features two wetlands, a short loop trail, and a restored northern beach. 
  • Woodland Park
    An exciting, multipurpose park and recreation space just southwest of Green Lake and north of the Fremont district.
  • Fremont Peak Park
    A half-acre in size is located on a west-facing bluff in upper Fremont with unobstructed views of Puget Sound and the Olympic Mountains. This park features a sculpture that marks the solstices and equinoxes.
  • Licton Springs Park
    This is a park worth seeing! Rustic, natural qualities arise from the sights and sounds of trickling streams, long grasses waving in the breeze, small ponds, and winding paths through wooded preserves.


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