There’s more to Seattle than a good cup of coffee. Named after Theodore Roosevelt, this peppy neighborhood, is one of the many perks of Seattle life. The Roosevelt neighborhood is green with plant life and parks but also has a lively business district and plenty of boutique shops, restaurants, and other amenities close by. It’s great to enjoy on its own or easily to find transportation into other parts of the city. Want to know more about this gem found in the Emerald City?
• Roosevelt has good public transportation and about 12 bus lines passing through it.
• Transportation Score of 54: good transit, many nearby public transportation options
• Most errands can be accomplished on foot in Roosevelt Seattle.
• Roosevelt is the 22nd most walkable neighborhood in Seattle
• Walk score of 79 – Very Walkable
• Most errands can be accomplished on foot
• Bike Score: 78 – Very Bikeable
• Biking is convenient for most trips
• Population: 8,892
• Median household income: $84,229
• Average household size: 2.4
• Percentage of married couple families: 47.2%
• Percentage of married couple families with children: 37.6%
“Roosevelt is a little peppier than Green Lake and Ravenna, and a little less so than the University District. The intersection of two busy streets—Roosevelt Way running north to south, and 65th Street running east to west—forms a lively business district. The surrounding blocks have a mix of newer apartments/condos and original homes from the early 1900s. It’s a great neighborhood to enjoy on its own and is centrally located to give you easy access to other parts of the city.”