Head directly south from Seattle’s historic Pioneer Square and you’ll find Georgetown, conveniently nestled between I-5 and the Duwamish Waterway that separates South Seattle from West Seattle. Surrounded by formerly industrial areas, Georgetown is one of Seattle’s oldest neighborhoods and has seen renewed interest in development in recent years. As a result, Georgetown’s inhabitants have seen modern townhomes springing up left and right, bringing the new residents and new businesses—including hip microbreweries like Jellyfish, Lowercase, and Counterbalance—that come with them. The neighborhood’s core features some beautiful old brick buildings in a style seen more often on the East Coast than the West, ingeniously repurposed and reimagined to fit the needs of today’s artists, companies, and creatives who call this unique community home.
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