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Seattle’s Central District has been home to musicians like Jimi Hendrix, movie stars like Bruce Lee, and athletes like Brandon Roy. This is an area with a lot of history, especially during the civil rights period in the 1960s. There were many protests here, as well as demonstrative movements like sit-ins. Now, the neighborhood is much calmer. There’s low crime, and many new housing opportunities have surfaced as the area has become a popular place to live. The main reason for this is the convenient location near downtown, which greatly benefits commuters. As more buildings are renovated, the Central District will become even more renter friendly.

 
 
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Demographics

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Ever since its significance in the famous 1960s civil rights movements, the Central District has become an important neighborhood for African-American residents. In the 21st century, it is one of the most diverse communities in all of Seattle, and also has one of the largest non-White populations. To be specific, the U.S. Census says that the population of Central is 53% White, 31% African-American, and 6% Asian. Another notable fact about Central District’s demographics is more affluent residents are moving into the neighborhood, and low-income residents are moving out. The neighborhood, with its easy access to downtown and low crime, is becoming quite the hot rental spot for Seattle residents.

 
 

We Have 1,159 Central District Apartment Listings


 
Picture Bedrooms Rent Address Updated
thumbnail 2 Bed $2,750 1322 E Remington Court, Seattle, WA June 25th
thumbnail 0 Bed $1,295 2202 E Olive Street, Seattle, WA June 25th
thumbnail 0 Bed $936 1806 23Rd Avenue, Seattle, WA June 25th
thumbnail 0 - 1 Bed $1,400 - $2,200 1315 E Jefferson Street, Seattle, WA June 25th
thumbnail 2 Bed $2,345 827 Hiawatha Place S, Seattle, WA June 25th
thumbnail 2 Bed $1,795 1617 S Lane Street, Seattle, WA June 25th
thumbnail 1 Bed $1,395 1509 E Madison Street, Seattle, WA June 25th
thumbnail 0 Bed $1,375 1410 S King Street, Seattle, WA June 25th
thumbnail 0 - 2 Bed $1,295 - $2,195 1819 23Rd Avenue, Seattle, WA June 25th
thumbnail 0 - 2 Bed $1,575 - Call 2407 E Union Street, Seattle, WA June 25th
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Name Bedrooms Price Range
Studio - One $1,425 - $2,000
Studio - Two $1,100 - $1,850
Studio - Two $1,150 - $2,295
Studio - Two $1,280 - $2,090
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