Pike Pine Corridor

Named for its two main streets, the Pike Pine neighborhood is tucked between Capitol Hill and First Hill. Residents enjoy easy access to I-5, the neighborhood’s westernmost boundary. Apartment (both modest and high end), condos, senior housing, and sedate single family homes create the mix of housing styles. The majority of residents are renters and of a younger demographic, due in part to the close proximity of Seattle Central College and Seattle University. The unique 12th Ave Art building blends affordable housing with the Arts- three theatre companies, as well as 88 low income apartments share the space. Small shops, offices, cafes, taverns, and a few auto dealers are also found along Pike and Pine. The Cal Anderson Park and Bobby Morris Playfield have play equipment, tennis courts, picnic tables, paths and wading pool.