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Condos, condos, and more condos - Belltown is one of a few neighborhoods in Seattle that has exactly zero "houses". Few buildings in Belltown have fewer than 4 stories and many are 15 stories or more. Unlike Downtown Seattle, which neighbors Belltown directly to the south and features mainly office buildings and corporate high rises and skyscrapers, most of Belltown's tallest buildings are comprised of residential living space. And unlike nearby Capitol Hill, where the majority of the multi-unit residential buildings are older, because of the extraordinarily high value of the land in Belltown, most of the buildings in Belltown are of a newer vintage and feature many of the amenities commonly associated with newer buildings (central AC, underground secure parking, concrete and steel construction, concierge service, fitness rooms, etc.).    

Highly walkable - One huge benefit of urban density is that everything is walkable. If you ate at a different restaurant every day, it would take months to hit every cafe, diner, bistro, chophouse, grill, pizzeria, doughnut shop, and hideaway in Belltown. Every kind of food for every budget is represented, from the 85-year old greasy spoon 5 Point Cafe or the Coney Island style hot dog and pinball arcade Shorty's, plus local favorite Cyclops, to chic, modern spots like Wasabi Bistro, and the quintessential steakhouse El Gaucho. Hometown hero Tom Douglas has several restaurants in the area. Click here to pick your favorite! Non eating and drinking activities in Belltown include a stroll through Olympic Sculpture Park or catching live music at The Crocodile. And while the Seattle Center may technically be in lower Queen Anne, it's only a short walk from Belltown. (Same goes for Pike Place Market!)

Pay for the views, save for the dues - The average sales price for condos in Belltown in the last year was slightly higher than $600M, but expect to pay substantially more than than if you want to enjoy famous Belltown views of Elliott Bay, the Olympic Mountain Range, Queen Anne, and Downtown. The highest buildings even feature views of The Cascade Mountain Range, over Capitol Hill. And because of the amenities and services offered in Belltown's modern condo buildings, homeowners' association dues are also higher than dues in older buildings elsewhere in the city. Monthly dues approaching or exceeding $500/month are not uncommon. 

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