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Central District, Seattle


Central Waterfront, Seattle


Chinatown-International District, Seattle


Denny Regrade, Seattle


Downtown Seattle


Eastlake, Seattle


First Hill, Seattle


Fremont, Seattle


Georgetown, Seattle


Magnolia, Seattle


Montlake, Seattle


Pioneer Square, Seattle


Queen Anne, Seattle


Rainier Beach, Seattle


Rainier Valley, Seattle


SoDo, Seattle


South Lake Union, Seattle


University District, Seattle


Wallingford, Seattle


Wedgwood, Seattle


West Seattle, Seattle


1st Avenue (Seattle)

1st Avenue is a major street in Seattle, Washington, United States. It traverses Downtown Seattle, including Pioneer Square and Belltown, as well as the adjacent neighborhoods of SoDo and Lower Queen Anne. Numerous landmarks including parks, muse ...


Alaskan Way

Alaskan Way, originally Railroad Avenue, is a street in Seattle, Washington, that runs along the Elliott Bay waterfront from just north of S. Holgate Street in the Industrial District - south of which it becomes East Marginal Way S. - to Broad St ...


Denny Way

Denny Way is an east–west arterial street in central Seattle, Washington, United States. Within Downtown Seattle, it forms the northern end of the Belltown street grid, as well as the boundaries of Belltown, Lower Queen Anne, South Lake Union, De ...


Madison Street (Seattle)

Madison Street is a major thoroughfare of Seattle, Washington. The street originates at Alaskan Way on the Seattle waterfront, and heads northeast through Downtown Seattle, First Hill, Capitol Hill, Madison Valley, Washington Park, and Madison Pa ...


Mercer Street (Seattle)

Mercer Street is a major east–west thoroughfare in the Lower Queen Anne and South Lake Union neighborhoods of Seattle, Washington. It travels 2 miles and connects Elliott Avenue to the west and Interstate 5 to the east, serving as one of several ...


Westlake Avenue

Westlake Avenue is a major street in Seattle, Washington, connecting Downtown Seattle to the neighborhoods of South Lake Union, Westlake and northeastern Queen Anne. The street runs north–south along the west side of Lake Union for 2.5 miles from ...


Neighborhoods in Springfield, Massachusetts

The City of Springfield, Massachusetts, has 19 distinct neighborhoods. Many feature subdivisions known by other names, such as The X, Hungry Hill, and Mason Square. Springfields neighborhoods fan out north, south, and east, from its original, col ...


Bay, Springfield, Massachusetts

The Bay neighborhood is located in Springfield, Massachusetts. Bay is one of the most racially diverse Springfield neighborhoods. Its housing stock features Victorian architecture and brick apartment buildings.


Boston Road, Springfield, Massachusetts

Boston Road is Springfield, Massachusettss principal commercial and retail corridor. The Boston Road neighborhood, historically known as Springfield Plain, is named for being a major waypoint on the Boston Post Road system. Boston Road remains a ...


Brightwood, Springfield, Massachusetts

The Brightwood neighborhood of Springfield, Massachusetts is located in the northwest corner of the city, along the Connecticut River; however, it is separated from the rest of Springfield by the Interstate 91 elevated highway. Many recent academ ...


East Forest Park, Springfield, Massachusetts

East Forest Park is a neighborhood in the south central part of Springfield, Massachusetts. The neighborhood borders East Longmeadow, Forest Park, and the Sixteen Acres neighborhood. East Forest Park contains a wide variety of pre and post-World ...


East Springfield Massachusetts

East Springfield is a neighborhood located in Springfield, Massachusetts. East Springfield sits along Springfields northern border, with easy access to I-291 and the Mass Turnpike I-90 East Springfield, and like Liberty Heights, it is a residenti ...


Indian Orchard, Springfield, Massachusetts

Indian Orchard is a neighborhood in the City of Springfield, Massachusetts. Located in the northeast corner of Springfield, Indian Orchard affords the quickest commute to Worcester, I-495, and Boston by way of the Mass Turnpike.


Lake Lorraine State Park

Lake Lorraine State Park was a small Massachusetts state park located in the neighborhood of Indian Orchard, on the northeast side of the city of Springfield. The park was located on the southern shore of Lake Lorraine and once offered a sand bea ...


Liberty Heights, Springfield, Massachusetts

The Liberty Heights neighborhood is a neighborhood in Springfield, Massachusetts. Located along Springfields northern border, with easy access to I-291 and the Mass Turnpike I-90 Liberty Heights is a residential neighborhood full of a variety of ...


Merrick, West Springfield

Merrick is a neighborhood in the southeast corner of West Springfield, Massachusetts. Borders are, Park Ave to the north, Union St. and its industrial buildings to the west, and Bridge St. to the south and U.S. Route 5. Downtown is to the north a ...


Neighborhoods of West Springfield, Massachusetts

Memorial, West Springfield - Area closest to Memorial Ave and the Big E Cayenne, West Springfield - Named by resident Russell H. Pepper, as a parody of his own name and located near Morgan Road and Riverdale Street Paucatuck, West Springfield arc ...


Old Hill, Springfield, Massachusetts

Old Hill is one of the seventeen neighborhoods of Springfield, Massachusetts. It is composed, almost entirely, of Victorian buildings overlooking Springfields Metro Center. At the start of the twenty-first century, the Old Hill neighborhood strug ...


Pine Point, Springfield, Massachusetts

Pine Point is a neighborhood in Springfield, Massachusetts. Located along Boston Road -- one of Springfields commercial thoroughfares, home to the Eastfield Mall -- the middle-class Pine Point neighborhoods features streets of cozy capes and ranc ...


Sixteen Acres

Sixteen Acres is a neighborhood in Springfield, Massachusetts. Much of the neighborhood was constructed after World War II and is suburban in character. Sixteen Acres includes Western New England University, the SABIS International High School, P ...


South End, Springfield, Massachusetts

South End is a neighborhood in the city of Springfield, Massachusetts. Interstate 91 separates it from the Connecticut River and the Basketball Hall of Fame museum and entertainment complex. The South End has long been home to Springfields Italia ...


Upper Hill, Springfield, Massachusetts


Connecticut River Walk Park

The Connecticut River Walk is partially constructed park and bikeway in Springfield, Massachusetts, United States, along the banks of New Englands largest river, the Connecticut River. Currently, Springfields section of this park is 3.7 miles lon ...


Academy, St. Louis

Academy/Sherman Park is a neighborhood in North St. Louis, just outside Central West End. The official boundaries of the area are Dr. Martin Luther King Drive on the north, Delmar Boulevard on the south, North Kingshighway Boulevard on the east, ...


Baden, St. Louis

In 2010 Badens racial makeup was 91.8% black, 6.3% white, 0.1% Native American, 1.3% two or more races, and 0.3% some other race. 0.5% of Badens population was of Hispanic or Latino origin.


Benton Park West, St. Louis

Benton Park West is a neighborhood located in South St. Louis City, Missouri, United States. The neighborhood is bounded by Jefferson Ave. on the east, Gravois Ave. on the north and west, and an irregular boundary consisting of Cherokee Street, S ...


Benton Park, St. Louis

Benton Park is a neighborhood in southside St. Louis, Missouri, just west of the Soulard neighborhood. The official boundaries of the area are Gravois Avenue on the north, Cherokee Street on the south, I-55 on the east, and Jefferson Avenue on th ...


Botanical Heights, St. Louis

Botanical Heights is a neighborhood of St. Louis, Missouri. Its former name was McRee Town. The Botanical Heights neighborhood is defined by Chouteau Avenue on the North, Interstate 44 on the South, 39th Street on the East and Vandeventer Avenue ...


Boulevard Heights, St. Louis

In 2010 Boulevard Heights racial makeup was 89.5% White, 3.6% Black, 0.3% Native American, 3.6% Asian, 2.0% Two Or More Races, and 0.9% Some Other Race. 3.5% of the population was of Hispanic or Latino origin.

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