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Morgan Junction

The main attraction here is the many dining options available to its inhabitants.


Welcome to Morgan Junction

Foodies and artists embraced with open arms.

This quaint, artsy, and food-centric neighborhood resides just south of North Admiral and west of Alki. The main attraction here is the many dining options available to its inhabitants.
What is now a thriving neighborhood was once not much of a community. In 1907, two streetcar lines were connected to California Ave SR and SW Alaska St, provoking real estate agencies to open for business. The town became known as “The Junction.” Junction became a full-fledged business district by 1911 and since has become home to many companies and restaurants.
This neighborhood showcases homes of various architectural styles, including Seattle Box, Craftsman, Bungalow, Tudor, Dutch Colonial, Mid-century, Modern, and more! Junction is located in West End, where the median home value sits at around $784K. Many architecture firms can build your dream home, including McNelis Architects, a company specializing in custom residential, multi-family lowrise, and small commercial projects.

What to Love

People & Lifestyle

Artists and foodies welcome! This neighborhood features many local eateries and artistic opportunities. Composed of mostly single and two-person households, this area is great for professionals and small families. There is a good mix of homeowners and renters in Junction, and most folks travel by car. You can easily walk or bike to get to shops and restaurants in the area.

Dining, Shopping & Entertainment

For a taste of local theatre and art, Arts West features provocative performances in addition to an art gallery and an anti-racist book club. If you’re looking to build your music collection, Easy Street Records is where you can find merch, music, and even grab a breakfast burrito at Easy Street Cafe.
Several charming local shops are available to locals. Funky Jane’s Consignment is a thrift and consignment store for inexpensive and unique women’s clothing pieces. If you need some timeless home furnishings, Capers Home is the place to find them. For men’s apparel and accessories, be sure to stop by MysteryMade.
For a satisfying steakhouse meal, share some bacon-wrapped scallops and a 24-oz Prime Porterhouse at Jak’s Grill. Finger-licking good BBQ can be found at Lady Jaye, with weekly specials like Thursday’s smoked pork cheek burnt ends with roasted garlic mac & cheese. Vegetarians can sub the smoked pork for smoked tofu! In the mood for some tasty sushi? Check out Kamei, a family-owned Japanese restaurant and sushi bar where you can satisfy your cravings with a deluxe sushi combo.

Things to Do

If you need to meditate after a hard day’s work or just recenter yourself, you can get your needs met at 8 Limbs Yoga. For an interactive experience perfect for a date night or team building, The Escape Artist features four different escape rooms you can solve puzzles to break out of!
There are several seasonal events available to you and your family in Junction. The West Seattle Summer Fest hosts live music performances, shops, rides, a kids’ area, and even a pet junction for your furry friends! During fall, the beloved Harvest Fest is a family-friendly affair with offerings like haunted hot cocoa and even a scavenger hunt.
For a quiet day of relaxation and people-watching, head to the local Junction Plaza Park. Hit the green at West Seattle Golf Course, home of the Seattle Amateur Championship.


Exceptional educational opportunities available include:

  • Tilden School, grades K-5, a private school with a low student-teacher ratio
  • Madison Middle School, grades 6-8, a public school that encourages students to BARK: Being prepared, Always safe, Respecting self and others, Kind all around
  • Seattle Lutheran High School, grades 9-12, a private school with a robotics team

Contact Mara for information on properties in Morgan Junction.

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