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The William Henry Seward sculpture at Volunteer Park was created by artist Richard Brooks. The bronze sculpture sits in front of the Volunteer Park Conservatory.

Gatsby is amid tree-lined streets and offers walkability for taking your pet on a stroll or just enjoying Capitol Hill.

Live at the Edge of Historic Seattle

Neighborhood enthusiasts wanted to protect the beautification of this area and, in 1980, the Harvard-Belmont Landmark District was approved. Newer architecture – including Gatsby and nearby homes – take on the character of these historically relevant buildings. While providing flexibility to explore the city with front-door access to transportation, Gatsby offers walkable access to Seattle’s most creative, vibrant and energetic neighborhood in North Capitol Hill.

Volunteer Park Conservatory

The Conservatory’s five display houses attract Capitol Hill and Seattle residents, as well as tourists from around the globe, who come in search of the world-class botanical collection. The Conservatory is owned and operated by Seattle Parks and Recreation, while the Friends of the Conservatory program year-round events and activities to attract visitors to the displays.

Asian Art Museum

A key part of the Seattle Art Museum collection, the Asian Art Museum is located at the center of Volunteer Park. The museum is undergoing an expansion, expected to be completed in 2019, which will provide additional gallery space to house the museum’s worldly collection.

J.W. Bullock House

This 105-year-old house in Capitol Hill, which includes influences of the Colonial Revival and the American Four Square house type, has made it on the list of Seattle Landmarks. The J.W. Bullock House was built in 1912, designed by Louis O. Menard for John W. Bullock. It was designated a Seattle Landmark for its embodiment of an architectural style, period or method of construction.

St. Mark’s Greenbelt

The St. Mark’s Greenbelt provides a barrier between Capitol Hill and I-5. Dense vegetation and trails make it a popular urban hiking destination. The greenbelt is adjacent to the landmark St. Mark’s Cathedral on 10th Avenue East.

Deluxe Bar and Grill

Located just a few blocks from Gatsby Apartments, DeLuxe Bar & Grill is a cornerstone to the neighborhood. Opened in 1962, DeLuxe is known for burgers, brunch and an extensive happy hour menu.

Joe Bar

A true neighborhood gathering space, Joe Bar offers a series of rotating art, plenty of coffee and crepes. Enjoy sidewalk seating during Seattle summers, or cozy up indoors.

Poppy

James Beard Award-winning chef Jerry Traunfeld’s collection of seasonal cuisine comes to life in the bright space inside Poppy. The restaurant is known for an ever-changing menu and features a daily thali – 10 dishes created to be served at once.

Altura

Chef Nathan Lockwood’s menu brings seasonal, Italian flavors to Broadway in Capitol Hill. Expect elevated dishes, beautiful wine pairings and tasting menus from the restaurant often featured on “top restaurant” lists.

Herb & Bitter Public House

This Spanish-influenced bar and restaurant is known for great craft cocktails and an eclectic menu to meet a variety of culinary needs.

Orange Theory Seattle – Capitol Hill

A popular fitness concept with multiple locations throughout the city, Orange Theory Fitness in Capitol Hill brings together the company’s core concepts – science, coaching and technology.

Corvus & Company

Providing craft cocktails and a natural vibe, Corvus and Co. is the brainchild of the bartender/owners who put together a series of visionary cocktails, including a spirit-forward series, and offer brunch and dinner menus.

Water Tower Observation Deck

It’s 107 steps to the top of the Volunteer Park Water Tower at the southeast side of Volunteer Park. The tower was built in 1906 and stands more than 75 feet tall, making the observation section at the top the highest point in Capitol Hill.

Volunteer Park Cafe

Breakfast, lunch and dinner are all available at this café tucked among the large, historic homes in Capitol Hill. A series of Sunday Suppers provides access to family style dining that highlights locally farmed ingredients – and even a few items from the café garden.

Streissguth Gardens

These neighbor-maintained gardens surround the Blaine Street steps, a popular exercise spot for the neighborhood, and feature a variety of beautiful flowers throughout the seasons.

Harvard Belmont Landmark District

Designated in 1980, the Harvard-Belmont Landmark District is known for fine homes built by Seattle’s business leaders in the early twentieth century. The wooded ravines and tree-shaded trees, along with open vistas, help define the district.

Black Sun

This sculpture by Isamu Noguchi is a centerpiece at Volunteer Park, sitting between a man-made reservoir and the Seattle Asian Art Museum. If you stand on the east side of the 1969 statue and look through the center, it perfectly frames the Space Needle.

Lake Union

The Gatsby rooftop offers sweeping views of Lake Union, a popular recreational spot that connects Lake Washington to Puget Sound. You can find year-round activities including sailboat and rowing races, air shows, and 4th of July fireworks viewing from Gas Works Park, well known for its scenic view of the Seattle skyline.

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