Madison Valley, Seattle

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Madison Valley is a neighborhood in Seattle located east of Capitol Hill; west of Washington Park; south of Montlake; and north of the Central District.

The valley is centered on the corner of E. Madison Street and Martin Luther King Jr. Way E., its main thoroughfares (northeast- and southwest-bound and north- and southbound, respectively).

Members of the Greater Madison Valley Community Council maintain a community web site at http://www.madisonvalley.org. The web site offers information on upcoming council meetings, past issues of the Valley View newsletter, photos of community events, and a contact page.

Madison Valley is known for its French restaurants,[1] and is sometimes referred to as Seattle's French Quarter.[2]

References[edit]

  • HistoryLink, Seattle Neighborhoods: Madison Valley
  • [1], "Capitol Hill Triangle: Madison Valley / Capitol Hill Neighborhood Blog"
  • [2], "Seattle’s French Underground / Girls Guide to Paris"

Coordinates: 47°36′58.4″N 122°17′57.3″W / 47.616222°N 122.299250°W / 47.616222; -122.299250