Pioneer Square

Pioneer Square is the heart and soul of Seattle. As Seattle’s first neighborhood, it is one of the first nationally established historic districts. This premier 20 block historic district contains the nation’s largest collection of Richardsonian Romanesque architecture as well as three National Historic Landmarks. It is home to the Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park as well as many art galleries and restaurants. Current housing options consist of about 2,800 apartments and condos. Located immediately south of the downtown business core and north of Safeco and CenturyLink Fields, Pioneer Square is a highly walkable neighborhood and is at the nexus of light and heavy rail, buses, State Ferries, and a new Seattle streetcar line.