Columbia City

Found 4 blog entries about Columbia City.

Named after Christopher Columbus, this neighborhood has aspired to be great. With its community pride and historic buildings, Columbia City has kept its personality even with a rising popularity.

From the Andrew Carnegie-funded Columbia City branch of the Seattle Public Library to the Rainier Community Center - the second-largest community center in the state - and the gorgeous flowers from the farmer's market, some great cheese and lots of neighbors, this is what makes Columbia City so special. Check out MORE on this historic landmark district in Seattle. 

Check out MORE on this historic landmark district in Seattle. 


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Heartfel restoration of our inner city Seattle community park - beautiful acreage coming to life!

Hundreds of volunteers have worked for years to clear invasive ivy and blackberry remove garbage, and build a trail system in the 10-acre Cheasty Greenspace at Mountain View, located just south of Alaskan Way and west of Rainier Ave S. in Seattle’s Rainier Valley. Next up is the 33-acre section of the park, where a planned complete restoration will bring hiking and mountain bike trails. Source: CHEASTY GREENSPACE

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Bread, cakes, and pastries oh my! What a great find off the main drag in Columbia City. The aroma of freshly baked breads will arrest your senses and the greatest gesture of hospitality will keep you coming back for more. From croissants to whiskey coffee cake, this fine bakery makes them all and does its work superbly. Check them out on your next visit to Columbia City. COLUMBIA CITY BAKERY.

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Since 1996 Bike Works has worked to educate and empower youth to build sustainable communities by educating youth, promoting bicycling, and making bicycling accessible and affordable to the Seattle community. They offer youth and adult programs and include a non-profit community as well as a recycle program. Click HERE for more information about this company and how they are inspiring the community. 


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