Located less than a mile from the heart of Seattle and south of the central business district, sits The Chinatown-International District. This historic community is rich with culture, traditional cuisine, and has a charm unique to the area. Visitors are welcomed into the area with a colorful 45-foot gate featuring traditional dragons. The Chinatown-International District unites three neighborhoods “Chinatown, Japantown, and Little Saigo” and provides an abundance of events that delight both locals and visitors yearly.
This notable location in Seattle “has its own transit station which includes a light rail, train, and bus stop” making it easy to navigate and travel around while exploring the area. Some of the well-known events hosted in the Chinatown-International District include Dragon Fest which is the “largest annual Asian American festival” and “brings the streets to life with colorful performances”. Also celebrated is the Night Market event and the extraordinary celebration known as the Lunar New Year. The district also boasts one of the city’s oldest restaurant. Opening in 1904, Maneki won the James Bear Award and is known as a landmark spot.
Each of these traditional celebrations combined with its rich history make the Chinatown-International District a wonderful community to call home. As an alternative to renting in this desirable location, awaits KODA Condominium Flats. Situated in the heart of The Chinatown-International District is the “artfully-inspired condominium. These condominiums are set to “rise at the corner of 5th Avenue and Main Street”. These affordable mid-rise condominiums feature a modern design, spectacular amenities, and easy access to regional transportation including the King Street Station. “Homeownership is finally within reach as is modern design, dynamic amenities and immediate access downtown Seattle has to offer”.
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