Northwest Seattle, Seattle, WA, is a large neighborhood that stretches from Green Lake in its southeastern corner to Broadview in its northwest section. It is located near the popular Fremont and University District neighborhoods. Downtown Seattle is 6 miles south of Green Lake, and Broadview is 9 miles away.
Those living in apartments in Northwest Seattle, Seattle, WA, located in the southeastern portion of the neighborhood receive easy access to Green Lake, a beautiful lake and park that is regularly enjoyed by locals, especially on sunny summer days. The lake's surface area is 259 acres, and there is a popular 2.8-mile path that circles it. The area is also home to Green Lake Elementary School and the Seattle Canoe and Kayak Club. The popular Woodland Park Zoo is located just southwest of the lake.
Apartments for rent in Northwest Seattle, Seattle, WA are located in a book-loving neighborhood. There are three branches of the Seattle Public Library located here. The historic Green Lake Branch was built in 1910 and was renovated in 2004. The Greenwood Branch opened in 1928. It moved to a new structure in 1954, and that building reopened in 2005 after it was renovated. The Broadview Branch is the newest of the three in the neighborhood as it opened in 1944. It then moved locations several times before settling into its present spot since 1975. It reopened after renovation in 2007.
A list of Northwest Seattle, Seattle, apartment rentals may be easily browsed by those using the Apartment Guide. Current rent specials and telephone numbers for various apartment communities may be found here. The useful map tool allows users to see where apartments are located relative to places like schools and libraries.