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About Queen Anne

Named Seattle’s best neighborhood by Seattle Magazine two years in a row, Queen Anne is a beautiful, family-friendly community. On Seattle’s second-tallest hill, Upper Queen Anne features sprawling homes with sweeping views and charming shops along a peaceful, tree-lined avenue. Lower Queen Anne is a quickly-growing, bustling neighborhood that’s home to the Space Needle, KeyArena and Experience Music Project, to name a few.

Just like many sought-after neighborhoods north of downtown, growth is a critical issue. New condos line the west and east sides of The Hill, and Lower Queen Anne is beginning to look a lot like Belltown. But the top of Queen Anne has retained much of its small-town charm.

About Queen Anne View

Launched in September 2008, Queen Anne View is a community site dedicated to news and events in the neighborhood. We’re dedicated to covering community stories and promoting neighborhood events often ignored by the struggling mainstream press.

If you see something interesting in the neighborhood — or would like to let us know about an important issue — please drop us an email. It could be a new business, road construction, land use change, graffiti sighting, lost pet or an upcoming event. Just drop us a note at tips@queenanneview.com, and you can also post it right away in the Queen Anne forum.

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QueenAnneView.com is part of Next Door Media, an innovative publishing company in North Seattle dedicated to finding a new sustainable, community-powered model of local journalism in the neighborhoods where we live.

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About the Editor

After spending my youth moving around the country as a military brat, I moved to Seattle in 1994 and have considered it my adopted hometown ever since – not surprising since I’ve lived here far longer than anywhere else. I live on Queen Anne and love our vibrant neighborhood with its history, walkability, parks, views, businesses, and neighbors. I’m here to stay!

–Laura