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180px-Seattle_Map_-_Leschi.pngLeschi is a neighborhood in east central Seattle, Washington, named after Chief Leschi of the Nisqually tribe. It is bounded on the east by Lake Washington; on the south by Interstate 90, beyond which is Mount Baker; on the west by Martin Luther King, Jr. Way S., beyond which is the Central District; and on the north by E. Cherry Street, beyond which is Madrona.

A cable car ran east along Yesler Way from Pioneer Square to the lake from September 27, 1888, to August 10, 1940.

The neighborhood's main thoroughfares are E. Cherry, E. Alder, and S. Jackson Streets and E. Yesler Way (east- and westbound) and Martin Luther King Jr. Way S. and Lakeside and 31st Avenues S. (north- and southbound). It is home to Leschi and Frink Parks.


Mount Baker

180px-Seattle_Map_-_Mount_Baker.pngMount Baker is a neighborhood in Southeast Seattle. A geographically diverse area, it offers a mix of parklands, lakefront, wooded hills, and quiet residential streets and boulevards. It is bounded by Lake Washington to the east, Interstate 90 to the north, Rainier Valley to the west, and Lakewood to the south. 4,600 households reside here with people from ethnic and socioeconomic backgrounds every bit as varied as the landscape. The neighborhood has a rich architectural heritage, extraordinary recreational opportunities, a lively award-winning community club, and a respected rowing team. It hosts Seattle's annual Seafair, which includes an airshow featuring the U.S. Navy Blue Angels, hydroplane races, a fireworks show, and other festivities.

Mount Baker neighborhood website

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