538 Northeast 92nd Street, Seattle
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Your neighborhood guide to living in Maple Leaf
- Outdoor Recreation
- Olympic View Elementary
A community of joyful, active learners who are supported and challenged to reach their full intellectual, social, emotional and physical potential.
- Eckstein Middle
A diverse community of life long learners.
- Nathan Hale High
Ensuring that ALL students shall become honorable, thinking, skillful citizens.
- 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.
- Kona Kitchen
Casual family dining experience where you’ll find a tempting array of Hawaiian and Japanese dishes prepared with the care of a home-cooked meal.
- Blue Saucer Café & Coffee Shop
Family-owned coffee shop offering coffee, pastries and light fare.
- The Maple
Cozy corner pub specializing in satisfying dishes and an inviting ambiance that welcomes you back every time.
- Sand Point Grill
Family friendly, neighborhood American food restaurant open daily for dinner.
New American and Mediterranean small plates plus wines served in a French farmhouse atmosphere.
- Maple Leaf Reservoir Park
16-acres of park land including viewpoint highlighting Mount Rainier and Lake Washington, rain gardens, sports court, two ball fields and children’s play area.
- Maple Leaf Community Garden
22 plot community garden that includes rental plots, extensive native plantings, perennial beds, and restful seating areas.
- 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.
- 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.
- Maple Leaf Life
News blog for Seattle’s Maple Leaf neighborhood.