A leisurely travel to Seattle, Washington can never be complete without a visit to Belltown. Located near the city's downtown waterfront, Belltown was originally an artificially flattened property as part of a city improvement project. Once hosting a semi-industrial, low-rent district, Belltown has evolved into one of the trendiest areas of Seattle. Belltown now hosts clusters of restaurants, nightclubs, bars, shopping establishments as well as art galleries and warehouses.

A visit to Belltown is an all-important part of Seattle traveling. As Seattle's trendiest district, Belltown has numerous cultural and entertainment landmarks that present the city's vibrant character. Many restaurants like Rendezvous, Mama's Mexican Kitchen, The Lava Lounge, Ohana, The Crocodile Cafe, and Shorty's draw loyal crowds and tourists. Art galleries feature the latest collections of promising artists, and present many opportunities for travelers to purchase fine pieces. Weekends promise great partying, with an excellent nightlife offered by its many nightclubs and bars.

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Belltown was named after William Nathaniel Bell, who originally claimed the area. Belltown is bounded by Denny Way, Elliott Bay and the rest of the Downtown area in its corners. Belltown also hosts the Olympic Sculpture Park, which admits for free, as well as Myrtle Edwards Park, that features plants indigenous to the Pacific Northwest Area. (Notable among parks in the United States, these areas are actually unwalled.) It also has educational institutions like Antioch University and the Mars Hill Graduate School. Belltown is also home to the Art Institute of Seattle as well.

In 2007, CNN Money rated Belltown as the "best place to retire in the Seattle metro area", due to its "walkable neighborhoods" featuring "everything you need".

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Belltown Business Association: 2608 Second Avenue (PMB 290)
Seattle, Washington 98121-1212

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