Fremont is a desirable and eclectic neighborhood about five miles north of downtown Seattle. It is situated just north of the Lake Washington Ship Canal and the Queen Anne neighborhood. Another popular neighborhood, Wallingford, is situated directly to the east of Fremont.
You'll enjoy living in this neighborhood as it is known for its landmarks. The Fremont Troll is a sculpture that resides underneath the George Washington Memorial Bridge. It has a real Volkswagen Beetle in its clutches. Waiting for the Interurban is a sculpture that is located just north of the historic Fremont Bridge. It portrays six people and a dog waiting for the electric railway that was popular in the early 1900s. About 250 feet away is a related sculpture, Late for the Interurban. It portrays somebody running desperately toward the train.
Apartments in Seattle's Freemont area are conveniently located near the immensely popular Fremont Fair that takes place during or near the summer solstice. The fair is perhaps best known for the Fremont Solstice Parade. Tens of thousands of spectators enjoy this fun event on an annual basis. The parade is different from most in that no advertisements, printed words or motor vehicles are allowed on the parade route. A popular pageant follows in nearby Gas Works Park.
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