Judkins is a centrally-located neighborhood that is bisected by I-90 in Seattle. With its numerous parks including Judkins Park, it's a neighborhood that has an urban feel and access to numerous commercial centers in neighboring neighborhoods. Sometimes the Atlantic neighborhood is referred to as Judkins and vice-versa, although Atlantic seems to be a less-prevalent moniker in recent years.
If you were to look at a map, Judkins in Seattle appears to have 2 fields. These are Judkins Park and Playfield ( a public park with green space for multi-sport courts, playgrounds, ample lawns, and water fountains in S Norman St), and Judkins Park Bike Polo / Futsal / Street Hockey Courts (Tennis court in 23rd Ave S). If you're looking for a Bicycle Shop, the nearest shop is The Bikery, it is located in Hiawatha Pl S, and west of Judkins Park and Playfield. There are few shops and restaurants in Judkins neighborhood, these are Parnell's Mini-Mart (Convenience store in 23rd Ave S, and located on the east of Judkins Park and Playfield), Franz Bakery (Bakery in S Weller St), Two Big Blondes Plus Size Consignment (Consignment shop selling accessories, formal and casual clothes for women size 14 and up, located in S Jackson St), Seattle Fish Guys (Seafood market in 23rd Ave S, and near Washington Middle School), and Reckless Noodle House and Cocktails (a restaurant and bar serving crispy rolls, noodle bowls, and other Vietnamese dishes located on S Jackson St, and west of Frink Park).
There are 3 schools in Judkins, these are Ninja Castle ( 21st Ave S, and located west of Judkins Park and Playfield), Washington Middle School ( Middle school in S Jackson St, and located north of Judkins Park and Playfield), and Thurgood Marshall Elementary (S Irving St, and located north of Sam Smith Park). If you're looking for a library, they have Little Free Library, it's near the Saint Gebriel Ethiopian Orthodox Tewahido Church Seattle, and just a 4-minute walk from Thurgood Marshall Elementary. The nearest beach is South King Street End in Leschi. Homes in the Judkins area have recently sold for between $450k and $1.1 million. To see today's real estate listings in Judkins, Seattle, please click the link below.
The Judkins neighborhood is located in Central Seattle. Homes for sale in Judkins include foreclosures (bank-owned homes), short sales, new construction, and traditional resale homes. Home styles range from condos to townhomes and single-family homes.
Judkins Park is rectangular within Atlantic, bounded on the south by Interstate 90, and on the west by 20th Avenue S. Judkins Park contains two baseball fields, a soccer field, a playground, and a small water park. (Like Atlantic, Judkins Park is bounded on the north by E Yesler Way, on the east by Martin Luther King, Jr. Way S.)
The neighborhood suffered greatly during the 1960s through the early 1990s with the disruptions and widenings of Interstate 90 that wiped out many homes in the area and divided the west of the neighborhood. It was not until the 1990s that large-scale development started again in the area.
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