Lower Queen Anne Neighborhood

Queen Anne hill has a mix of commercial hubs and residential streets. Attraction-rich Seattle Center, in Lower Queen Anne, hosts cultural festivals. It's also home to the iconic Space Needle, with its observation deck, plus the Museum of Pop Culture and Chihuly Garden and Glass. Upper Queen Anne is known for 19th-century homes and Queen Anne Avenue’s stylish shops and cafes. Kerry Park has sweeping city views, which are the same views that the Queensborough has!

                                                   CHECK OUT SOME OF OUR FAVES!

RESTAURANTS ATTRACTIONS ACTIVITIES

Bamboo Gardens

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Pesos

Ozzies

Crow Restaurant & Bar

Dick's Drive-In

Emmer and Rye

Hill Top Ale House

Melting Pot

Singer Galleries

Queen Anne Farmers Market

Pacific Science Center

Queen Anne Historical Society

Seattle Center

Kerry Park

S. Lake Union Park

Pacific Northwest Ballet

Seattle Chamber Music Society

Bite of Seattle

Bumbershoot

Northwest Folklife Festival

Seattle Children's Festival

Moss Bay Rowing

Northwest Outdoor Center

KeyArena

Seattle Storm

Queen Anne Pool

Ride the Ducks of Seattle

 

Why Queensborough?

  • Amazing views of the city and sound
  • Convenient location on the south-slope of Queen Anne
  • 10,000 square foot panoramic view sun deck
  • Friendly management staff
  • Laundry room with coin machine
  • Well maintained building and property
  • State-of-the-art security camera system
  • Underground parking garage
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About the Neighborhood

Discover the famous south-slope of Queen Anne. One of the most prestigious areas in Seattle.

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Why Queensborough?

The Queensborough offers a unique blend of British tradition and modern living. Built and managed by one of Seattle's leading builders. Read More >>