What’s it like to live in the Stadium District of Tacoma? It’s the perfect combo of historical and trendy vibes. You get some of the best historical homes, shopping and restaurants mixed with latest Tacoma hotspots for dining and entertainment. Another fabulous aspect of the Stadium District is the amount of apartment, condo and multi-family homes a stones throw away from historical mansions. The Stadium District is one of the most expensive regions of North Tacoma. However, it also houses the largest rental pool. What does that mean for this neighborhood? It provides housing to a diverse population.
WHERE IS THE STADIUM DISTRICT OF TACOMA?
While the Stadium District has fabulous shopping, dining and recreation, it’s also conveniently located to other essentials. For example, you’re about one mile to MultiCare Tacoma General Hospital. Only two minutes away from I-705 (that runs into I-5) and Pierce Transit bus line 16 runs through the heart of the neighborhood.
WHAT IS IT LIKE TO LIVE IN THE STADIUM DISTRICT OF TACOMA?
First and foremost, it’s walkable! Whether you’re toting the blocks full of local businesses or strolling down one of the treelined streets, you can get (almost) everywhere by foot. If you ever find yourself walking through the Stadium District, be sure to keep you eye out for historical landmarks and homes! Stadium High School is hard to miss in this neighborhood. As well as the Annie Wright Schools and Wright Park, plus many beautiful condominium buildings.
WHAT IS THERE TO DO IN THE STADIUM DISTRICT OF TACOMA?
If you’re a foodie, you’ll appreciate the diverse restaurant options available! Enjoy a savory bowl of ramen and house made dumplings from Moshi Moshi.
A favorite brunch spot is Art House Café. Open daily from 8am-3pm offering scratch American food. You’ll find classic breakfast foods with a twist. Their stuffed biscuits are as tasty as they are instagram worthy.
For a fun date night or family dinner, we’d suggest trying out Shake Shake Shake. Who can resist an old-school style diner offering burgers, fries and shakes? They have over 20 milkshake flavors to choose from. Everything from your classic flavors to Nutella or miso butterscotch… yum!
Before Metropolitan Market or Whole Foods, there was Stadium Thriftway. Another great food option (especially for lunch) are the sandwiches! But Stadium Thriftway offers fresh flowers, local deli and of course groceries.
HOMES IN THE STADIUM DISTRICT:
The median residential home price in this neighborhood is $942,500 as of May 2022.
Modern Luxe Condo – sold for $1,250,000 in March of 2022.
Craftsman Home Zoned RCX – sold for $680,000 in June 2020.
Stylish Condo – sold for $285,000 in March 2020.
CALL/TEXT Realtor Jenny Wetzel at 253-381-9788 for more information.