The Denny Triangle also referred to as the Denny Regrade is a neighborhood in Seattle that stretches north of the central business district to the Seattle Center or Lower Queen Anne. It connects the retail core of downtown Seattle to the South Lake Union neighborhood and is one of the fastest-growing neighborhoods in the Seattle Metro area. There are beautiful new developments, a vibrant area, trendy coffee shops and eclectic restaurants and bars. All of these are connected via the Seattle streetcar line.
There are numerous places to eat, shop and stay in the Denny Triangle. Places like RE-Bar offer an unusual and artistic establishment is one of Seattle's indie theaters and nightclubs. New shops, bakeries and boutiques are opening every day as well as some of the hottest new chefs offering job training and placement programs for disadvantaged individuals at places such as Fare Start.
Bordering Belltown, South Lake Union in Capitol Hill, the Denny Triangle runs along Denny Way, which runs east and west from the interstate to the water. Homes are between $220,000 up to $1 million depending on size and condition. There are several high-rise and medium rise condominium buildings throughout Denny Triangle and this neighborhood offers an excellent walk score, since most of the terrain is flat until you get closer to second and first Avenue. From there, it drops down to the waterfront along piers and marinas.
Uber cars, Smart Cars, Mopeds and bicycles are all frequent sites in the Denny Triangle. This location is primarily for locals as there are not a lot of places to stay as there are just a few blocks south in downtown. There are markets, Whole Foods is close by, lots of places for dogs and pets such as Mud Bay pet supplies and you'll often find a lot of owners walking their dogs and a few unusual sites as well.
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