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Quality of Life in Denny Triangle Neighborhood in Seattle
Denny Triangle is one of the most rapidly growing neighborhoods in Seattle. With its prime location on Lake Union, Denny Triangle is famous for its condominiums and apartments. The neighborhood of Denny Triangle is fast emerging as a corporate hub and encouraging modern living. More and more young individuals are calling this neighborhood home, giving rise to some of the best restaurants and cafes in the area.
Before you even start your home buying search, you’d want to know which area to move to. Several factors can influence the choice of place such as demographics, nearby schools, amenities, local community, and more. If you’re considering moving to Denny Triangle, Seattle, there are several ways for you to identify if Denny Triangle is a good fit for you.
Denny Triangle: Highlights
Denny Triangle Neighborhood Guide
Who are your Denny Triangle neighbors?
The demographics of a place can be a fair indicator of how ‘neighborly’ a place is. 87% of the households in Denny Triangle are renter-occupied.
Is Denny Triangle a walkable neighborhood?
Quality of life is subjective and can depend on a variety of things. While some home buyers might want a walkable city that offers ample things to do closer to where they live, others might prefer the suburbs with their tranquil streets, peace and quiet, and proximity to open spaces and nature. For some, the idea of being car-dependent is unacceptable, while for others, a reasonable drive time to their favorite weekend hangout is a dream come true.
Taking that into account, it would be great to know what amenities are available in the neighborhood, and whether you can complete most of your daily tasks on foot. Denny Triangle, Seattle has a walk score of 99, a bike score of 78, and a transit score of 100. Accessiblity is a blessing in this neighborhood as daily errands do not require a car.
Public transit in Denny Triangle, Seattle is provided by Metro Transit (bus), Sound Transit (bus), and City of Seattle (tram). There are 27 Metro Transit bus stops, 6 Sound Transit bus stops, and 3 City of Seattle tram stops in Denny Triangle, Seattle. The nearest airport is Seattle-Tacoma International Airport. The freeways nearest to Denny Triangle, Seattle are WA-99, I-5, and I-5 Express.
Also, if you have an electric vehicle and are looking for homes near electric-vehicle charging stations, this neighborhood might be a good fit. There are 26 electric vehicle charging locations in Denny Triangle, Seattle with 175 level-2 charging points.
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What are the best schools in Denny Triangle, Seattle?
The definition of a good school can vary depending on what people are looking for - some might be interested in schools which have great sports programs, while others might be looking at schools that are better at preparing kids for higher education. Since perspective can make a difference, independent bodies like Niche assign ratings to schools and are commonly used by parents to make a decision. However, you are encouraged to verify these ratings through other sources including visiting the campus.
It is not surprising to note that places with highly-rated public schools tend to have relatively higher home prices because of the perpetual demand for those neighborhoods. If you have children or plan on having in the future, checking out the nearby schools and their ratings is a good idea. John Hay Elementary School (#121 in state), Queen Anne Elementary School (#190 in state), Cascadia Elementary School (#89 in state) are among 4 A+/A rated public elementary schools in the district. McClure Middle School (#39 in metro), Washington Middle School (#40 in metro), Hazel Wolf K-8 STEM School (#47 in metro) are among 6 A+/A/A- rated public middle schools in the district. Ballard High School (#31 in metro), Cleveland High School STEM (#42 in metro), Garfield High School (#14 in metro) are among 4 A+/A/A- rated public high schools in the district.
Choosing an area with good school rating consistency is important. While the area you’re looking at right now might have great elementary schools for your young children, it’s well worth examining the middle and high schools they’ll grow up to attend. The nearby elementary school, middle school and high school quality ratings from Niche are very similar. If you have children and desire a consistent school experience as they grow up, this neighborhood may be a good place to plant long-term roots.
What are the activities for kids in Denny Triangle, Seattle?
For households with kids, accessibility to nearby parks, playgrounds, daycare centers as well as highly-rated preschools is key. There are a few parks and playgrounds in Denny Triangle, Seattle, including International Children's Park, Denny Park, and Prentis I. Frazier Park. These playgrounds provide great recreational facilities for kids, as well as adults. Families can enjoy a nice picnic under the shade in summer months, or walk along the trail for a weekend activity with the kids.
Proximity to good daycare centres is extremely important, especially if the parents have a full-time job. For young families there are plenty of options for childcare in Denny Triangle, Seattle, including Young Child Academy of Seattle, Beginnings II Child Care, Future Trust Day Care, and Kiddie Academy of Seattle at Queen Anne. Proximity to urgent care centers such as Doctors Express, Swedish Employee Health & Wellness Clinic, and ZoomCare is also a plus.
What's nearby Denny Triangle?
Whether a neighborhood is a good place to live or not could also depend on the nearby amenities. Having a high walk score means that there are a lot of places nearby like stores, restaurants, coffee shops, schools, and more. While the scores are by no means perfect, they are a good indicator for "stuff to do" around those places. Things like proximity to grocery stores, dining options, and parks can make a huge difference in your daily lives.
There are also plenty of dining options for the residents of Denny Triangle, Seattle. You can grab your morning cup of coffee from Analog Coffee, Caffe Fiore, or Starbucks. Residents love to order tacos from Tacos Chukis, Tacos Chukis C, or Taco Time NW and burgers from Dog In The Park, Blue Moon Burgers South Lake Union, or Shake Shack. Uwajimaya, The Pine Box, or Seatown Seabar & Rotisserie are some great spots for a fun dine-in experience.
Denny Triangle, Seattle has quite a few grocery stores including Metropolitan Market, Uncle Paulie's Ghost Pepper Hot Sauce, and Clay's Market.
Who is the best internet provider in Denny Triangle, Seattle?
A good internet and broadband connection is a must-have, whether you work from home or not. Broadband internet connection options in Denny Triangle, Seattle include satellite, ADSL, fiber, VDSL, wireline, terrestrial fixed wireless, Symetrical xDSL, DOCSIS, and Cable Modem-DOCSIS1,1.1, and 2.0 from 22 different providers. Aside from optic fiber which provides Gbps speeds, you can get up to 1000 mbps download speeds via DOCSIS powered by Wave.
What are the noise levels and air quality in Denny Triangle, Seattle?
Most often than not, the higher the walk score, the higher the noise. So if you’re an extremely noise-sensitive person and it’s absolutely intolerable, you may need to opt for a neighborhood with a lower walk score.
Last month, the air quality in Denny Triangle, Seattle was good (Air Quality Index, i.e., AQI was 18 for pollutant PM2.5). In 2020, the air quality was bad for 11 days when AQI for pollutant PM2.5 exceeded 100.
Should I buy a house in Denny Triangle, Seattle?
There is one important indicator of knowing how good the neighborhood is - the number of homes sold in the past. A high percentage of homes sold in the past say, 5 years could indicate that it’s an up and coming neighborhood with people looking to settle here. At the same time, a neighborhood with low home sales, in spite of getting listed on the market could indicate that current residents are looking to move out. It would be nice to speak to residents of this neighborhood to understand what they loved, or didn’t like about living here.
26 homes were listed for sale this month in Denny Triangle, Seattle . This is 8% higher compared to the same time last year, and 30% higher compared to last month. The total number of homes for sale in Denny Triangle, Seattle is 44% higher than it was at the same time a year ago. 13 homes were sold in Denny Triangle, Seattle this month. 7% less than previous month. 57% less than same month last year.
You can also look at several other factors before deciding to make the move. For example, do all the houses in the neighborhood look almost identical? That could mean that the homeowners association might not be the most adjusting. Is there space for parking? Where would your friends and family park when they come to visit you? Your garage could already be full with your own vehicles. How well is the neighborhood maintained? It could help you identify whether you’d want to live next to such neighbors.