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Living in View Ridge Seattle

View Ridge is the 82nd most walkable neighborhood in Seattle with 5,246 residents.

View Ridge has some public transportation and is somewhat bikeable.

Nearby neighborhoods: Windermere, Bryant, Wedgewood, Matthews Beach, Laurelhurst, Ravenna and Meadowbrook.

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39 Walk Score of View Ridge, Seattle, WA

View Ridge is a Car-Dependent neighborhood

Most errands require a car.

Most errands require a car in View Ridge Seattle.

View Ridge is the 82nd most walkable neighborhood in Seattle with a Walk Score of 39.

Find apartments in Seattle's most walkable neighborhoods: Downtown, International District and Belltown.

View Ridge Neighborhood Ranking

Compare View Ridge to other Seattle neighborhoods.

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Population

80 South Beacon Hill 43 60 53 5,141
81 North Beach-Blue Ridge 41 44 41 5,125
82 View Ridge 39 46 65 5,246
83 Arbor Heights 38 43 32 5,056
84 Riverview 37 45 57 3,861

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Eating & Drinking

There are about 7 restaurants, bars and coffee shops in View Ridge.

People in View Ridge can walk to an average of 0.0 restaurants, bars and coffee shops in 5 minutes.

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65 Bike Score of View Ridge, Seattle, WA

View Ridge is Bikeable

Some bike infrastructure.

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