Seattle's Eastlake neighborhood is located on the eastern shore of Lake Union just southwest of the University District. The University Bridge connects the two neighborhoods. This historic structure was built in 1919 and added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1982. South Lake Union borders Eastlake's southern edge, and Westlake is located on the other side of Lake Union.
Apartments in Eastlake, Seattle, WA, are located near several parks that border Lake Union. South Passage Point Park is located at the northern tip of the neighborhood next to Portage Bay underneath Interstate 5. Similarly named North Passage Point Park is located on the other side of the water underneath the same bridge. Terry Pettus Park is in the southwestern portion of the neighborhood, and Lynn Street Park is about a five-minute walk to the north of Terry Pettus Park.
Apartments for rent in Eastlake are also located near the largest university in the state, the University of Washington. It takes just five minutes to walk from the neighborhood's northeast border to the edge of campus. Seattle Public Schools runs all public schools located within the Emerald City. Seattle Preparatory School, a respected private high school, may be reached from the eastern edge of the neighborhood in about five minutes walking time.
Prospective residents looking for the best apartment rentals in Eastlake can easily browse the neighborhood's apartment communities by using Apartment Guide. Information available for the apartment communities include things like the number of bedrooms available and cost of rent. The apartments for rent may also be viewed on a map so that the distance to nearby schools and libraries may be ascertained.