Cherry Hill, Seattle
Cherry Hill (called "The Cherry" by locals) is a predominantly residential neighborhood in Seattle, Washington located south of Capitol Hill, west of the Central District, north of the International District, and east of First Hill. One of the Seven hills of Seattle, Cherry Hill is bound by 12th Avenue, 23rd Avenue, Madison Street and Yesler Street. Its highest point of elevation is 351 feet above sea level, at Swedish Medical Center/Cherry Hill. Cherry Hill is the location of a number of New Urban and sustainable homes.
- Church of the Immaculate Conception, Seattle's oldest Roman Catholic Church. Built in 1904. The parish was founded by the Jesuit Fathers in 1891.
- Providence Hospital – The first hospital in Seattle, established in 1877 by the Sisters of Providence, a Catholic charity. Providence moved from its original downtown location to Cherry Hill, and in 2007 became a campus of Swedish Hospital. Providence Hospital was the location of the first open-heart surgery performed in the northwest United States.
- Catholic Holy Martyrs Vietnam Roman Catholic Church
- Debre Selam Kidus Michael Ethiopian Orthodox Tewahedo Church Eastern Orthodox Church
- Temple De Hirsch Sinai Jewish Temple
- Chapel of St. Ignatius Seattle University Jesuit Chapel designed by architect Steven Holl.
- Cherry Hill Baptist Church Protestant Christian Church
- Seattle Koyasan Church Buddhist Temple
- The St. George Historic Building
- T.T. Minor Elementary School
- R&L Home of Good Bar-B-Q
- Original site of Ezell's Chicken's first restaurant. Located on the corner of 23rd Avenue and East Jefferson Street.
- King County Juvenile Detention
- The Samarya Center is a non-profit yoga studio and wellness center on East Yesler Way between 18th and 19th Avenue.
- Stumptown Coffee
- Seattle University Championship Field
- Seattle University Connolly Center
- Seattle University College of Nursing Clinical Performance Lab in the James Tower of the Swedish Life Sciences Building.
- Thanh Son Tofu Tofu factory
- Central Cinema
- The Bullitt Center is designed to be the greenest commercial building in the world. Located on East Madison Street and 15th Avenue.
- Seattle Film Institute on 23rd Avenue between East Madison Street and East Olive Street.
- 2020 Cycle
- Historic Firehouse No. 23 Converted in the 1970s to the Cherry Hill Neighborhood Center.
- Spring Street Park
- Firehouse Park
- Spruce Street Park
- Seven Star Women's Kung Fu Center
- Seattle Academy of Arts and Sciences
- Northwest Kidney Center
Cherry Hill has been the focus of a number of experimental projects since the late 1950s. From 1959 to 1976 the Cherry Hill Urban Renewal Project—also known as Conservation Project No. 1—was Seattle's first urban renewal project. Cherry Hill has seen a number of progressions, evolving from a predominantly Jewish neighborhood through the 1960s, to a predominantly African American neighborhood in the 1980s, while today it is known as one of the most culturally diverse areas of Seattle.
The Cherry Hill Baptist Church has hosted Tent City No. 3 on property across from the Church on Cherry Street between 22nd and 23rd Avenue. Tent City No. 3 is one of several tent cities sponsored by Seattle Housing and Resources Effort (SHARE) and Women's Housing Equality and Enhancement League (WHEEL) SHARE/WHEEL.
- Topographic Map Hospital Features in King County, Washington
- Nelson, Bryn. "The Self-Sufficient Office Building" New York Times. October 4, 2011. Retrieved October 5, 2011.
- "The Way We Were: Our Village in Seattle". Washington State Jewish Historical Society.
- City of Seattle land use zoning map for Cherry Hill
- Index of City of Seattle archival materials relating to various Cherry Hill projects.