Seattle/Queen Anne-South Lake Union

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Northwest of Downtown Seattle, Queen Anne is a hilly residential neighborhood with marvelous views of the city's skyline. Magnolia, a wealthy residential neighborhood, sits on a peninsula west of Queen Anne, separated from Queen Anne by Interbay, an unexpected commercial and industrial strip in the valley between the two hilly neighborhoods.
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Seattle Center, at the southern base of Queen Anne Hill, was built to host the 1962 World's Fair. Today, Seattle Center is a park-like facility surrounded by many of Seattle's finest event venues and museums, as well as two notable survivors from the World's Fair: the Monorail and the Space Needle, both of which have become icons of the city.
Directly north of Downtown is South Lake Union, a former industrial neighborhood that is one of the oldest residential neighborhoods in Seattle. A wave of gentrification has made South Lake Union home to Amazon's new headquarters and a range of biotech organizations, and brought a lot of new housing developments, and a new streetcar line.

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