Live in Seattle
Each neighborhood in Seattle has a distinct personality. You can make your selection from quiet tree-lined streets to urban high rise apartments to townhouses that are within walking distance to the new Seattle Center campus. The University District has an energetic, youthful neighborhood. West Seattle is a neighborhood of quiet streets and beautiful homes. There are gorgeous vies of the Olympic and Cascade Mountains and the downtown area. The International District was once the home of immigrant Chinese laborers. Today, Japanese, Filipinos, Vietnamese, Koreans and Pacific Islanders have made this area the only neighborhood in the U.S. with so many different Asian groups have formed a single neighborhood.
Work in Seattle
It is common knowledge that Microsoft is one of Seattle’s largest employers. Well, you will find plenty of companies in Seattle to work for, and many have made Fortune’s top 1000 list of the Best Companies to Work For. Employees of the software development giant Adobe Systems appreciate the openness within the company, and the respect for their ideas. Google is also headquartered in Seattle, and employees can enjoy free gourmet meals, as well as a free spa. The engineering consulting firm David Evans and Associates has a great corporate culture. Take you pick from these and other great companies in the city.
Play in Seattle
Residents can attest to the sites that offer rich experiences and provides insight into Seattle’s character and history. And, not all attractions cost money. There are also free sights that give you an opportunity to enjoy all that Seattle has to offer.
Below is a great video from Expedia that has a lot of great things to do while you’re visiting the beautiful city of Seattle, Washington. You could even do these things if you have lived in Seattle all your life…