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Express yourself! – Primarily a family neighborhood, Fremont’s unique public art and interactive offerings encourage residents and visitors to let loose.  From the Fremont Troll, located under the north end of the Aurora Bridge, to the controversial statue of Lenin, this neighborhood has a colorful history of expression.  Formerly an area heavy in manufacturing jobs, the shift in recent years toward tech in the neighborhood has brought higher paying jobs, and along with it what some see as the beginnings of gentrification.

Something for everyone – Fremont considers itself “The Center of the Universe” and offers a myriad of options for residents of the neighborhood, who can see and do plenty just steps from home. Shopping is never boring with various vintage/antique shops to peruse, as well as several locally owned clothing and home goods boutiques. Try a local brew from Fremont Brewing Company or Hales Ales. The number of phenomenal restaurants is too long to list, so click here to view just a few choices favored by this local writer. (I've been to 90% of her picks, and agree completely with her choices!) Catch some live music any night of the week at Nectar Lounge or a game at one of the many sports bars. The Saturn Building is home to various businesses, many which offer various health and beauty services. Take the whole family out for the Sunday Ice Cream Social Cruise and get a look at Fremont from a whole new angle.  For those feeling really adventurous, you can always join in on annual neighborhood traditions like the Nude Solstice Cycle or Troll-a-ween. 

Fremont and developers: an ongoing love affair - They say the three most important things in real estate are "location, locations, and location". So it's no mystery why developers would want to build new homes in Fremont. Accordingly, 20th century homes in Fremont are disappearing and 21st century homes are appearing in their place. This is more true the closer you get to Fremont Avenue N. and N. 36th, which is the center of "the center of the universe". For buyers who want a traditional single family residence in Fremont, they can expect to spend, on average, close to $816,000. For those buyers willing to put up with less space in exchange for premium location, condos are downright affordable in comparison to SFR's, averaging just slightly over $419,000. 

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