We love Georgetown!

This grungy neighborhood bordered by railroad tracks and filled with an ever-growing arts and design emphasis is home to the Seattle Design District.

Georgetown, the oldest neighborhood in Seattle, consists of a mix of residential and commercial as well as industrial uses. It derives much of its character from the collection of historical buildings and local landmarks. Among these include, the former Rainer Brewery buildings on Airport Way, the National Registered, City Steam Plant at the north of Boeing field and the now Oxbow Park that house the ever-famous Hat and Boots from the former service station on East Marginal Way.