The International District is located just south of downtown Seattle, adjacent to Pioneer Square. The I.D., as it's referred to, was formerly called Chinatown but is now a mix of a wide variety of cultural centers and international shopping and dining destinations. Local historians say the district is perhaps the only area in the continental United States where Chinese, Japanese, Filipinos, African Americans, Vietnamese, Koreans and Cambodians settled together to build a single neighborhood. Condos, restaurants, markets, and businesses commingle in this busy neighborhood.
Our International District market statistics can help you understand the local real estate market in Central Seattle. The research is published weekly for International District homes, in the 98104 zip code. See the current inventory of homes, rate of sales, valuations, and pricing trends.
Seattle's International District Neighborhood Real Estate Statistics For Zip Code 98104:.
Back to: All Central Seattle Neighborhoods
Penthouse boasting city & Puget Sound views w/ secured Prkg. & storage unit. Huge energy savings w/ ductless mini-split HVAC & triple pane windows (very quiet inside). Wa...
Listing courtesy of RE/MAX Metro Realty, Inc..
Experience city living at its finest in the Pacific Rim Condominium. This turn key top floor unit has 1 BEDROOM, 1 BATH, DEN/OFFICE could be use as additional bedroom, n...
Listing courtesy of Dove Realty, Inc..