First Hill

Seattle’s First “it” Neighborhood

First Hill still retains much of its ‘Little Manhattan’ aesthetic championed in the early 1900s that made it Seattle’s most fashionable address.

Living in Seattle’s first neighborhood means you are only a stroll away from the city’s most acclaimed attractions, public art, noteworthy galleries and museums, celebrated theatrical companies, and so much more.

Frye Art Museum on Terry Ave

You can see it in the windows of small merchants and boutiques. You can see it in established restaurants and bars. You can see it in architecture, cobblestone streets, and secret gardens.

Regional Access at your Doorstep

Graystone is at the center of it all whether it’s a morning commute or a weekend getaway. Going north, south, east or taking a Ferry west, every mode of local and regional transportation is within walking distance.

Freeway Park on Interstate 5

Parks & Recreation

Here, your neighbors are a blend of stunning high-rise towers and cherished landmarked buildings. But the most noteworthy neighbor will be a new waterfall park at the corner where famed architect Paul Thiry’s office was once located.

Known for some of Seattle’s most celebrated landmarks—the Seattle Arena and Frye Art Museum – Thiry believed that “buildings should be good neighbors.”

Daniels Real Estate also believes that great architecture can create lasting beauty. The waterfall park is legacy gift and continued expression of “being a good neighbor.”

Art & Culture

Here, your neighbors are a blend of stunning high-rise towers and cherished landmarked buildings. But the most noteworthy neighbor will be a new waterfall park at the corner where famed architect Paul Thiry’s office was once located.

Frye Art Museum on Terry Ave
Coffee Tree and Poke on 9th Ave

Dining & Leisure

Here, your neighbors are a blend of stunning high-rise towers and cherished landmarked buildings. But the most noteworthy neighbor will be a new waterfall park at the corner where famed architect Paul Thiry’s office was once located.