CorelDraw Map Seattle + Bellevue Washington US

Seattle and Bellevue are two major cities in the state of Washington, and they are part of the Seattle metropolitan area. Both cities have a variety of neighborhoods and districts, each with its own unique character and attractions. Here’s an overview of some of the notable neighborhoods and districts in Seattle and Bellevue:


  1. Downtown Seattle: This is the city’s central business district and a major cultural hub. It’s home to iconic landmarks like the Space Needle, Pike Place Market, and the Seattle Art Museum. You’ll find a mix of commercial and residential areas here.
  2. Capitol Hill: Known for its vibrant arts scene, Capitol Hill is a diverse and LGBTQ+ friendly neighborhood. It’s home to a variety of restaurants, bars, and music venues.
  3. Queen Anne: This affluent neighborhood offers stunning views of the city and the Puget Sound. It’s known for its historic homes, Queen Anne style architecture, and the Seattle Center.
  4. Ballard: A former fishing village turned trendy neighborhood, Ballard is known for its maritime heritage, excellent seafood restaurants, and the famous Ballard Locks.
  5. Fremont: Often referred to as the “Center of the Universe,” Fremont is a quirky neighborhood known for its artistic flair, public art installations, and the annual Fremont Solstice Parade.
  6. Belltown: Located near the waterfront, Belltown is a lively area with numerous restaurants, bars, and high-rise apartments. It’s a hub for nightlife in the city.
  7. Columbia City: This neighborhood in South Seattle is known for its historic district, which features charming architecture, a vibrant arts scene, and a variety of cultural events.


  1. Downtown Bellevue: Bellevue’s central business district is a hub of commerce and upscale living. It’s known for its high-end shopping, dining, and beautiful parks like Bellevue Downtown Park.
  2. Clyde Hill: This affluent residential neighborhood is characterized by its large, luxury homes and tree-lined streets. It offers beautiful views of Lake Washington and the Seattle skyline.
  3. Crossroads: A diverse and multicultural neighborhood, Crossroads is known for its international restaurants and cultural events. It’s home to Crossroads Shopping Center, which hosts a variety of shops and markets.
  4. Bridle Trails: If you’re looking for a more rural feel, Bridle Trails offers a mix of equestrian properties and wooded areas. It’s a great place for outdoor enthusiasts and horse lovers.
  5. Wilburton: This neighborhood offers a blend of residential areas and commercial spaces. It’s known for its proximity to the Bellevue Botanical Garden and Bellevue College.
  6. Lake Hills: Located on the eastern side of Bellevue, Lake Hills is a family-friendly neighborhood with parks, schools, and access to Lake Hills Greenbelt, a natural area with hiking trails.

These are just a few of the neighborhoods and districts in Seattle and Bellevue, each with its own unique charm and amenities. Whether you’re looking for a bustling urban experience or a more suburban, tranquil setting, both cities offer a range of options for residents and visitors.

Author: Kirill Shrayber, Ph.D.

I have been working with vector cartography for over 25 years, including GPS, GIS, Adobe Illustrator and other professional cartographic software.

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