Welcome to Green Lake
Green Lake is a highly desirable neighborhood in north-central Seattle
surrounding a popular small and easily accessible lake. Probably most known for its well-utilized 2.8-mile path around the perimeter for runners, bikers, skaters, and walkers, it also has athletic fields for team sports and is home to the Seattle Parks and Recreation Department’s Green Lake Small Craft Center (GLSCC)
. While the park stays busy year-round, on any Seattle summer day, you’ll find residents flocking to visit Green Lake Park
for paddle boating, picnics, and swimming.
There is an eclectic mix of housing styles, and like many Seattle neighborhoods, Green Lake has undergone significant redevelopment over the years. Green Lake benefits from easy access to Downtown
via both Interstate 5 and Aurora Avenue N. The area north of 50th street is considered part of the distinct neighborhood of Tangletown. It has a hip culture with many trendy restaurants
and entertainment venues. Check out this recent Seattle Times article about the Phinney Ridge
neighborhood on the west side of Green Lake.