1950 Alaskan Way
Commute to Downtown Seattle
Daily errands do not require a car.
World-class public transportation.
Biking is convenient for most trips.
1950 Alaskan Way has a Walk Score of 96 out of 100. This location is a Walker’s Paradise so daily errands do not require a car.
1950 Alaskan Way is a nine minute walk from the 1-Line Northgate - Angle Lake at the Westlake Station stop.
This location is in the Downtown neighborhood in Seattle. Nearby parks include Victor Steinbrueck Park, Piers 62-63 Park and Waterfront Park.
Explore how far you can travel by car, bus, bike and foot from 1950 Alaskan Way.
1950 Alaskan Way is a Rider’s Paradise which means world-class public transportation.
1-Line Northgate - Angle Lake
South Lake Union Streetcar
First Hill Streetcar
1950 Alaskan Way is in the Downtown neighborhood. Downtown is the most walkable neighborhood in Seattle with a neighborhood Walk Score of 98.
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