CorelDraw Map Tacoma Washington US

Tacoma, Washington, is a city located in Pierce County, in the Pacific Northwest region of the United States. The city is known for its natural beauty, cultural attractions, and diverse neighborhoods. Tacoma is divided into several districts and neighborhoods, each with its own unique characteristics. Here’s an overview of some of the notable districts and neighborhoods in Tacoma:

  1. Downtown Tacoma:
    • Downtown Tacoma is the city’s central business and cultural district.
    • It’s home to the University of Washington Tacoma campus, the Museum of Glass, and the Washington State History Museum.
    • You’ll find a mix of historic and modern architecture, as well as a variety of dining and entertainment options.
  2. Stadium District:
    • This neighborhood is adjacent to downtown and is known for its charming historic homes, including Craftsman-style houses.
    • It’s called the Stadium District because it’s home to the historic Tacoma Dome, which hosts concerts and events.
  3. North End:
    • The North End is a primarily residential area with tree-lined streets and historic homes.
    • It’s known for its beautiful parks, including Point Defiance Park, which offers gardens, a zoo, and waterfront access.
  4. South End:
    • The South End of Tacoma features a mix of residential and industrial areas.
    • It’s more diverse than some other parts of the city and has a variety of shops and restaurants.
  5. Hilltop:
    • Hilltop is a culturally rich neighborhood with a diverse population.
    • It’s known for its vibrant arts scene, restaurants, and a mix of historic and new development.
  6. Eastside:
    • The Eastside neighborhood is an affordable and diverse area.
    • It features a mix of housing options and is known for its strong sense of community.
  7. Proctor District:
    • Proctor District is a charming and walkable neighborhood with a commercial district featuring shops, cafes, and restaurants.
    • It’s a popular spot for local residents and visitors alike.
  8. Lincoln District:
    • The Lincoln International Business District is one of Tacoma’s most diverse neighborhoods, with a strong Asian influence.
    • It offers a variety of international dining options, markets, and cultural events.
  9. Fern Hill:
    • Fern Hill is a residential neighborhood with a suburban feel.
    • It’s known for its parks, schools, and a quiet atmosphere.
  10. West End:
  • The West End is a mix of commercial and residential areas.
  • It’s home to Titlow Beach, a popular spot for waterfront activities and picnicking.

These are just some of the districts and neighborhoods in Tacoma, each with its own unique character and charm. Tacoma’s diverse cultural scene, proximity to the natural beauty of the Puget Sound, and its rich history make it a vibrant and dynamic city in the Pacific Northwest.

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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