Atlantic

Up and Coming
Atlantic is an up and coming neighborhood for the younger crowd for a variety of reasons. The biggest reason lies in the town’s convenient location and abundant amenities coupled with the availability of less expensive, older homes. Downtown Seattle is only a ten-minute drive from Atlantic, which makes Atlantic a great neighborhood for professionals needing an easy commute to work, school, or even play. At the center of town is the Judkins Park and Playfield, a scenic social hub featuring sports fields, greenspace, and playgrounds.

Even though Atlantic is away from the main part of the city, the neighborhood still offers plenty of eating options. Good eateries to check out include Seattle Fish Guys, Wood Shop BBQ, Central Pizza, Reckless Noodles House and Cocktails, Chef Cafe, and Moonlight Cafe. The residents recommend taking a short trip into the city if bars are your thing. Bars include Polar Bear, Purple Cafe and Wine Bar, Elephant and Castle, Good Bar, and Fuel Sports. Atlantic is a great spot to live for anyone looking for affordable housing near the city’s many attractions.
What Atlantic Residents
Think About Their Apartments
overall
7.0
value
7.0
amenities
8.0
social
8.0
management
7.0
Median rents in Atlantic
Studio
$
1,600
1 Bedroom
$
1,800
2 Bedroom
$
2,700

Getting to Know
Atlantic

Neighborhood Boundaries
dining
Magic Dragon
Moonlight Cafe
Taco Del Mar
Wonder Coffee & Sports Bar
grocery
Cash & Carry
Mings Supermarket
Walgreens
convenience
Cash & Carry
Mings Supermarket
Walgreens
fitness
Every Body Health and Fitness Inc.
Judkins Park and Playfield
Seven Star Women’s Kung Fu
parks
Every Body Health and Fitness Inc.
Seven Star Women’s Kung Fu
coffee
Broadcast Coffee Roasters
Humble Pie
Moonlight Cafe
parking
300-398 18th Ave S

Best Apartments
in Atlantic



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Studio $1,621
1 Bed $1,900


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1 Bed $1,629

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