Bryant – Seattle Neighborhood Guide
Sometimes this neighborhood is referred to as Ravenna-Bryant because of its similar history and timeline. The area was first settled when a rail line was put in along the western shore of Lake Washington and continued to grow when the University of Washington built its campus nearby. Bryant is special because it is the least infiltrated by businesses and is mostly residential.
Bryant has a well-kept-secret sort of feel. It’s mainly residential and full of some extremely charming houses, but there are a few areas around the University Village and along 35th Avenue that contain businesses. This is a great place to be if you enjoy the surrounding neighborhoods but like to be in a quieter location.
Who Lives Here?
Upper-class singles and couples are attracted to Bryant and its 1940s homes. Over 50% of the population is married, according to Zillow, and 28% of households have children. Residents are more likely to own their home than to rent.
Activities and Attractions
At the southern border of the neighborhood, marked by 55th Street, there are several noteworthy places to investigate. Take the kiddos into Planet Happy Toys or to a fancy tea party at Queen Mary Tea Room. Partake in some self-care at one of the many salons and yoga studios. Finally, grab a bite to eat at the original Kidd Valley location, get drinks at Duchess Tavern, or get fancy and head to Pair for some French cuisine.
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