LET’S START small
There’s a ton right outside your door in the heart of Seattle’s Fremont neighborhood. From world-class restaurants to some of the city’s favorite parks, there’s so much to do within only steps from home.
How many steps, you ask? Here are just a few examples of just how close your new favorite spots will be, all within less than 1000 steps.
» To upscale Italian fare and cocktails downstairs at Tavolàta: Zero
» To push your limits and build strength just down the elevator at Studio 45: Zero
» To beach-inspired happy hours on the patio at neighboring Manolin: 169
» To your morning espresso fix at the Stone Way Café: 225
» To artisan brews in the Urban Beer Garden at Fremont Brewing: 303
» To start your day stress-free just across the street at Bala Yoga: 334
» To award-winning fine dining at The Whale Wins: 470
» To join friends for the weekly trivia night at Bar Charlie: 528
» To pick up new additions to your plant-family at Urban Earth Nursery: 649
» To the famous giant troll eating a VW bug at Troll’s Knoll Park: 677
» To dog walks and picnics with stunning lake views at Gas Works Park: 911
And that’s just by foot. You won’t even need to tighten your laces to explore a world of possibility near The Hayes on Stone Way. And since you’re on several bus lines, near the longest regional bike path, and close to both major freeway entrances, you can be anywhere in a matter of minutes.
It’s a super quick commute to the Google Main Campus in Seattle (only a few blocks away), the new Expedia Interbay Campus, and the neighboring Wallingford neighborhood, which offers its own list of diverse dining and shopping options.