Get to know the neighborhood
Downtown Seattle has more than most cities of its size. A lot more. For one, our downtown Seattle apartments for rent are also part of a walkable neighborhood, complete with local storefront businesses and places to entertain. For two, it’s beautiful around here. Lake Union is to the north, the waterfront is to west and many rooftops are near for enjoying the mountains all around on clear days.
The gorgeous and gold Paramount Theatre plays host to big names in music, comedy and theater passing through the Emerald City. The historic venue has been in operation since the 1920s.
Daniel's Broiler0.4 miles from AMLI 535
Have a meal just as good as the scenery at Daniel’s Broiler. Looking over South Lake Union, you’ll have striking views of Queen Anne and Gas Works Park as you cut into a tender steak. Order one of their tender cuts with the lobster or swordfish for one of the better surf-and-turfs in town.
Pike Place Market0.7 miles from AMLI Arc
There’s a reason why Pike Place Market is where you take your friends and family when they visit. Their vendors have some of the freshest bites in town. The view’s one of Seattle’s best, the gum wall is gross-out cool, and—quick tip—the fresh cut flowers are one of the best buys around.
Westlake Center0.4 miles from AMLI Arc
Westlake Center and the shopping district that surrounds it is a solid ace to have when you live at our Seattle downtown apartments. With big retailers like Nordstrom Rack and Zara, you can make a quick wardrobe update and treat yourself to one-of-a-kind soaps and bath bombs from LUSH.
Ah, Lake Union. Where the commuter planes land and the sailboat masts sway.
Whether you’re eyeing a vessel of your own, trying to meet someone who already does or just want to get out for a few hours of kayaking and paddle boarding, you’ll want to find some way to get afloat and gawk at Seattle’s skyline.