Seattle’s Hidden Gem

Location is everything.  Enter Axle. 

Quietly nestled between Queen Anne + Magnolia lies Interbay.  This neighborhood is a magnet for small businesses, large corporations and an influx of young, vibrant cool people who are excited to discover this hidden gem of Seattle living.


10 Bus stations in a 10 block radius

Interbay is easy to navigate with a wide variety of options. Buses come so often around our community; you don’t need a timetable. Just show up to your closest stop and a bus will arrive shortly to take you on your way. No more worrying about catching a particular trip! Living at Axle has you covered.

See our nearby bus stations
man on bike near bus station

Bike Score of 83

Daily errands can be accomplished conveniently by bike when you live at Axle. The City of Seattle is working hard to include protected bike lanes and more intuitive and comfortable intersection that keep people moving.  Live, work, and now travel easily through Interbay.

Biking Around Axle
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1 Mile Walk to Ballard Brewery District

SHOP…Discover locally-sourced products you cannot find anywhere else while experiencing shopping and a meal in a unique historic neighborhood.
DINE…Experience some of the freshest seafood and award-winning restaurants Seattle has to offer.  Cozy up to a fireplace in any one of the charming establishments or bask in the sun at a sidewalk café. 
ENTERTAIN…Enjoy some of the best clubs in the city, like Tractor Tavern and the Sunset Tavern where live music happens every night of the week. 

What to do near Interbay
two glasses of beer

20 Parks within 10 minutes

Open grass fields and parks full of trees are never difficult to find in Seattle. Whether you’re seeking a pleasant garden to think in or a breathtaking view of the water, there are beautiful parks scattered throughout the city to enjoy.

Easy access to outdoor splendor
Walking trail in park

12 Minute Drive to Pike Place Market

With restaurants, street performers, iconic attractions and a variety of events throughout the week, this public farmers' market offers much more beyond its fresh fish and produce, crafts, collectibles and antiques. Situated on the edge of Elliott Bay since 1907, it is one of the oldest continuously operated public farmers' markets in the country.

An iconic attraction minutes away
Public Market Center sign

30 Minutes to Downtown Seattle

Skyscrapers overlook Elliott Bay in Seattle’s compact Downtown. Shoppers buy local crafts and produce in vibrant Pike Place Market, with its eclectic restaurants and food stalls, or hit big-name stores like Nordstrom. The busy Central Waterfront has a giant Ferris wheel and the Seattle Aquarium, while cultural attractions in the wider area include the Seattle Art Museum and the 1928 Paramount Theatre.

Visit the Space Needle
Seattle skyline at sunset