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Overview of University District

University Way N.E. is the main drag in the University District. Everyone calls it “the Ave.” Along this artery, you’ll find everything from bars to bookstores, taquerias to tattoo parlors. Many of the restaurants cater to a student budget, but you can head to University Village for a more upscale evening. Take care when walking after dark, however. There are unsavory elements—known as “Ave rats”—that might occasionally spoil an evening.

If you’re looking for some entertainment in the University District, the Burke Museum focuses on natural history. The Henry Art Gallery here is one of the largest contemporary art galleries in the state. To spend some time in nature, check out Ravenna Park. It contains ball fields, a playground, a secluded ravine with trails, and more.

University District Lifestyle and Entertainment

University Way N.E. is the main drag in the University District. Everyone calls it “the Ave.” Along this artery, you’ll find everything from bars to bookstores, taquerias to tattoo parlors. Many of the restaurants cater to a student budget, but you can head to University Village for a more upscale evening. Take care when walking after dark, however. There are unsavory elements—known as “Ave rats”—that might occasionally spoil an evening. If you’re looking for some entertainment in the University District, the Burke Museum focuses on natural history. The Henry Art Gallery here is one of the largest contemporary art galleries in the state. To spend some time in nature, check out Ravenna Park. It contains ball fields, a playground, a secluded ravine with trails, and more.

University District Info and the Rental Market

Most of the housing in this part of town comes in the form of apartments and shared rentals. That’s a result of the high numbers of students living here. As you move farther away from campus, you’ll find more single-family homes and quieter streets. You’ll also be more likely to live near families and professors than fraternities. The average two-bedroom University District apartment rents for $1,500 a month.

If you need to get around Seattle from the University District, bus service from here is excellent. You can take advantage of express service Downtown and take less frequently running routes out to distant suburbs. Be aware that some lines don’t run on weekends. If you’re a driver, parking is expensive on campus.

University District Resources

The University Branch of the Seattle Public Library system is on Roosevelt Way N.E. There’s a United States Post Office on the Ave and another on 25th Avenue N.E. The University of Washington operates the UW Medical Center. There’s also the Seattle Children’s Hospital on Sand Point Way N.E. City residents elect their mayor and nine city council members at large, i.e. without regard to neighborhood.

University District Zip Codes

The zip code serving the University District is 98105.

18

Seattle, WA 98105

$1,520 and up

Loft-2 Beds1 Bath

Seattle, WA (University District, Northeast Seattle)


$1,520 and up

Loft-2 Beds1 Bath
22
110

Seattle, WA 98105

$1,795 and up

Studio-2 Beds1 Bath

Seattle, WA (University District, Northeast Seattle)

(110)

$1,795 and up

Studio-2 Beds1 Bath

Seattle, WA 98105

$1,295 and up

Studio-1 Bed1 Bath

Seattle, WA (University District, Northeast Seattle)


$1,295 and up

Studio-1 Bed1 Bath
23
3

Seattle, WA 98105

$1,439 and up

Studio-1 Bed1 Bath

Seattle, WA (University District, Northeast Seattle)

(3)

$1,439 and up

Studio-1 Bed1 Bath

Seattle, WA 98105

$1,700 and up

Studio-3 Beds1-2 Baths

Seattle, WA (University District, Northeast Seattle)


$1,700 and up

Studio-3 Beds1-2 Baths
9

Seattle, WA (University District, Northeast Seattle)


$1,615 and up

1-2 Beds1-2 Baths
3

Seattle, WA (University District, Northeast Seattle)


$2,600

4 Beds2 Baths
6

Seattle, WA (University District, Northeast Seattle)


$1,895

2 Beds1 Bath
13

Seattle, WA 98105

$1,649 and up

1 Bed1 Bath

Seattle, WA (University District, Northeast Seattle)


$1,649 and up

1 Bed1 Bath
37

Seattle, WA 98102

$1,421 and up

Studio-2 Beds1-2 Baths

Seattle, WA (Cascade, Eastlake)

(37)

$1,421 and up

Studio-2 Beds1-2 Baths

Seattle, WA 98115

$1,737 and up

Studio-3 Beds1-2 Baths

Seattle, WA (Northeast Seattle, Roosevelt)


$1,737 and up

Studio-3 Beds1-2 Baths
49

Seattle, WA 98103

$1,897 and up

Studio-3 Beds1-2 Baths

Seattle, WA (Lake Union, Wallingford)


$1,897 and up

Studio-3 Beds1-2 Baths
17

Seattle, WA 98115

$1,800 and up

Studio-1 Bed1 Bath

Seattle, WA (Green Lake, Northwest Seattle)


$1,800 and up

Studio-1 Bed1 Bath
35

Seattle, WA 98103

$1,490 and up

Studio-2 Beds1 Bath

Seattle, WA (Fremont, Lake Union)


$1,490 and up

Studio-2 Beds1 Bath
25

Seattle, WA 98115

$1,300 and up

Studio-2 Beds1 Bath

Seattle, WA (Northeast Seattle, Ravenna)


$1,300 and up

Studio-2 Beds1 Bath
10

Seattle, WA 98102

$1,087 and up

Studio1 Bath

Seattle, WA (Cascade, Eastlake)


$1,087 and up

Studio1 Bath
12

Seattle, WA 98102

$1,330 and up

Loft-2 Beds1-2 Baths

Seattle, WA (Cascade, Eastlake)


$1,330 and up

Loft-2 Beds1-2 Baths
6
7

Seattle, WA 98115

$1,450 and up

Studio-2 Beds1-2 Baths

Seattle, WA (Green Lake, Northwest Seattle)

(7)

$1,450 and up

Studio-2 Beds1-2 Baths
18

Seattle, WA 98103

$1,700 and up

Studio-2 Beds1-2 Baths

Seattle, WA (Fremont, Lake Union)


$1,700 and up

Studio-2 Beds1-2 Baths