Fremont: Quirky and Creative. Like You.

The self-proclaimed Center of the Universe, Fremont is among Seattle’s most colorful urban neighborhoods, distinguished by its particular brand of cheeky irreverence. Only a mile square, Fremont houses a surprising number of Seattle’s most cherished greenways, public artworks, landmarks and cultural institutions. Where else will you find a 16-foot tall statue of Lenin transported from Slovakia, a colossal Troll sculpture (appropriately located under the Aurora Bridge), the flagship Puget Consumer Cooperative (PCC) supermarket,  and a 200-vendor Sunday flea market that has flourished since 1990?

The 17-mile-long Burke Gilman Trail presents opportunities for running, biking, roller-blading and strolling. Passing four blocks from Fremont View, it unfurls for 17 miles toward the Ballard Locks on one end and Woodinville’s wineries on the other. Fremont Peak Park, the neighborhood’s best kept secret, attracts those seeking a secluded and artful spot for private picnics or contemplation.

Live, work and play in Fremont, with Seattle’s most walkable blocks. Enjoy being altogether free of a car or using it infrequently to easily access big-box stores via northbound Aurora Avenue. Cliffside communities place you near the region’s most coveted employers and global creative talent. Our residents have enjoyed “next-door” employment at nearby Adobe, AdReady, Brooks Athletic, Google, Getty, Microsoft, Tableau, the University of Washington, and Zillow, among others.

To learn more about Fremont, DOWNLOAD the Fremont Chamber of Commerce’s Walking Guide to Fremont


  • PCC flagship supermarket with fresh organic produce and bulk staples
  • Fremont Farmer’s Market in season
  • Local traditions: Solstice Parade and Trolloween
  • Indie boutiques and artisanal purveyors
  • Lively urban ambience welcoming both singles and families
  • Woodland Park (including zoo) in North Fremont
  • Outdoor recreation opportunities galore


  • Walkscore of 91 and up
  • Eight bus lines
  • Dedicated bike lanes to downtown Seattle and South Lake Union
  • Microsoft Connector stops
  • Get to Pike Place Market in 20 minutes (via bus routes 5, 20, 28 & 40)
  • Easy access to major east-west and north-south arteries


  • Proximity to celebrated restaurants Joule, The Whale Wins, Westward
  • Ever-growing variety of cafes and ethnic eateries
  • Essential Baking and Sea Wolf Bakery for fresh bread
  • Theo’s Chocolate – take a factory tour!
  • Lighthouse Coffee Roasters
  • Vif Wine/Coffee with the finest selection of natural wines in the region