The beauty of Seattle s Greenwood lies in its contrasts. It is an old-fangled neighborhood with a trendy edge, where coffee shops and espresso bars mix with caf(c)s, shops, and galleries patronized by antique hounds. The locals dub it Seattle s hidden treasure. Just south, Phinney occupies a high ridge that rises from the western shore of Green Lake. The neighborhood owes its name to Guy Phinney, a wealthy immigrant from Nova Scotia who developed the private estate that became Woodland Park. Together these neighborhoods have forged a common bond, illustrated by the formation of the Greenwood-Phinney Chamber of Commerce. The area hosts a world-class zoo and is home to the only Tibetan Buddhist monastery in the world outside of Tibet."
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Format: Paperback / softback
(234mm x 166mm x 8mm)
Arcadia Publishing (SC)
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