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Seattle city overview
Seattle, Washington is a seaport city in King County. It is the largest city in the state and still one of the fastest growing cities in the country. It has a population of over 700,000 people with around 3.8 million living within the metro area.
Brief history of Seattle
The region that includes Seattle has been inhabited for over 4,000 years. Latterly, it was home to the Duwamish and Suquamish peoples and many other tribes used to use the area for hunting and grazing.
George Vancouver is credited with discovering the area for European settlers in 1792 but it wasn’t until 1851 when the Denny Party scouts set up a camp here that people settled. Denny moved his camp to a better site in what is now Elliott Bay and began building permanent structures. Other settlers had built farms and cabins around the camp and the town slowly grew.
The waterside location, prevalence of lumber and demand from San Francisco for that lumber ensured the early success of Seattle. The arrival of a steam sawmill brought work, more settlers and money into the town and it grew steadily into a fair-sized logging town. Other industries followed, including some not-so salubrious ones including gambling, prostitution and liquor.
The Great Northern Railway arrived in Seattle in 1884 and brought with it transportation links and prosperity. Despite having rail links, Seattle didn’t get a passenger station for 20 years, the main railway concentrated instead on freight. This helped Seattle become a transportation hub by both water and rail.
Seattle also supported the miners of the Klondike Gold Rush which provided a welcome boost to the town and brought many smaller industries and resulting workers and prosperity. While the city did suffer during the Great Depression, its diversity allowed it to survive better than many other cities in the country.
Doing business in Seattle
Logging may be long gone now but its legacy remains. Seattle is still a major transportation hub with the port being a major player in global shipping. It is the 8th largest port in the country and forms part of the Northwest Seaport Alliance.
Seattle is also a major player in new industries, being very welcoming to tech startups and entrepreneurs. With a commitment to becoming carbon neutral by 2030, the city attracts lots of environmentally aware companies too.
Major employers in Seattle include; Amazon, Starbucks, Nordstrom, Expeditors International of Washington, Weyerhaeuser, Costco, Microsoft, Nintendo of America, T-Mobile US, Expedia Inc. and Boeing Commercial Airplanes.
Highlights of Seattle
Seattle is a large, diverse city with a lot going on. Some of the country’s best museums are here and there is a real effort to bring culture and diversity into the area. There are also hundreds of live music venues, galleries, performance places and public spaces. It is a very vibrant city and there is always something going on.
Some of the many highlights of Seattle include; Seattle Symphony Orchestra, Seattle Opera, 5th Avenue Theatre, Taste Seattle Food Tour, Seattle Art Museum, Seattle Asian Art Museum, Museum of the Asian Pacific American Experience, Seattle Aquarium, The Henry Art Gallery, Museum of Flight, Seattle Metaphysical Library and the Science Fiction Museum.
Seattle city character
Seattle’s early history was one of rough living, logging, mining and fishing and while those industries have gone, the work ethic has remained. Locals work hard and like to relax after work, which is helped in no small part by the huge range of entertainment and leisure options on offer.
Music is big in Seattle. It is credited with being the birthplace of grunge but also has a strong influence from jazz. The huge University of Washington also offers a liberal influence over the city, widening the cultural scope of locals and bringing a lot of research and academic jobs to town.
Some of the districts that make up Seattle include; Downtown, Pioneer Square-International District, Queen Anne-South Lake Union, Capitol Hill-Central District, Ballard, Fremont and Wallingford, University District, North Seattle, SoDo-Georgetown, Beacon Hill-South Seattle-Columbia City-Rainier Beach and West Seattle.