Capitol Hill is just east of downtown, and is one of Seattle’s hippest and most active neighborhoods, full of vibrant nightlife, shopping, and restaurants. This eclectic, LGBT-friendly neighborhood is where you’ll find Seattle favorite Stateside restaurant and adjacent molecular mixology bar Foreign National. As the name implies, the neighborhood lies on a steep hill, and you can enjoy the view from its highest point at Volunteer Park, which is home to outdoor sculptures and the Seattle Asian Art Museum. Capitol Hill’s north end is mainly large, older homes, but the closer you get to storefront-lined Broadway, the housing transitions to condos and luxury apartments.
If you're not sure how much an apartment will cost, the table below shows the average price by size.