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SPOKANE NEIGHBORHOODS | FEATURED LISTINGS
The city's oldest neighborhood, compact Browne's Addition is a vibrant area with tree-lined streets dotted with grand Victorian mansions and Craftsman homes. A cluster of trendy eateries includes Italian, Mexican and pizza spots, plus a pharmacy-turned-pub. The Northwest Museum of Arts and Culture features displays on regional history, art culture, while Coeur d'Alene Park has a splash pad and playground.
Audubon-Downriver is nestled along the Spokane River bluff and known for Audubon Park, with 27 acres of pine trees, splash pads, playgrounds, basketball courts and ball field. The majority of homes can be described as English Cottage style, the motif of red brick gives the neighborhood a distinct flare that sets it apart from the surrounding areas. Most residents find themselves enjoying pizza at The Flying Goat or coffee at Little Garden Cafe.
Lively Downtown Spokane, also known as Riverside, is a walkable area packed with laid-back eateries, hip pubs and clubs, and a mix of chain stores and indie boutiques. Restored buildings include the 1914 Historic Davenport Hotel and the Art Deco Martin Woldson Theater at the Fox, home of the Spokane Symphony. Bisected by the Spokane River gorge, Riverfront Park has a carousel and a cable ride over Spokane Falls.
A quiet, residential neighborhood, Manito is known for its expansive namesake park where paths wind among Japanese and lilac gardens, a conservatory, and playgrounds. The large grassy areas and duck pond are known by many. Charming Victorian homes and Craftsman bungalows line the district's leafy streets, and snug corner cafes and bakeries serve pastries, bagels, and ice cream.
Mostly known for the beautiful, winding road of Rockwood boulevard, lined with deciduous trees and enchanting vibes. The neighborhood is close to downtown and a major bicycle route on Southeast Boulevard that helps serve distinctiveness within Spokane. Hutton Elementary School helps anchor the community, particularly for young families. Some favorites are the Rockwood Bakery on 18th and the historic Manito Park.
Location is one of Comstock's main selling points. An average morning commute into the city will take less than ten minutes and finding a restaurant on the weekends could take even less time. Comstock Park is another draw that brings people into this area, with 21 acres of the park donated as well as 150K invested to make it a suitable family environment. The park hosts the Spokane Symphony on Labor Day as well as countless picnics and parties.
South Perry District
The hip South Perry District is an up-and-coming residential area with a lively row of businesses on South Perry Street, including tap houses and trendy restaurants serving artisan pizza and Southern-inspired fare. One-of-a-kind shops in brick buildings and tiny old homes sell vintage furniture and handmade jewelry, plus used books and clothing. Grant Park has a playground, tennis courts, and a community garden.
Kendall Yards is a modern neighborhood in a former rail yard, with panoramic river views and hip spots for brunch, cocktails, and pizza. An art walk on and around the paved Centennial Trail takes in striking murals and sculptures, while Olmsted Brothers Green has a play area and picnic shelter. In summer, the Kendall Yards Night Market features live music, food trucks, and stalls selling produce and gourmet snacks.
Cliff - Cannon
The Cliff Cannon Neighborhood is a charming, urban neighborhood lined with historic homes and buildings. It climbs up the west end of the South Hill from downtown Spokane. There are four parks, three major hospitals and three small neighborhood business centers, including an urban forest with a tree canopy keeping the air clean.
Just west of downtown Spokane lies Latah Valley, an area that can barely be described as one single place. The region stretches from newer upscale developments and the sprawling campus of Spokane Falls Community College into the open farmlands of southern Spokane County. Within its boundaries lie quant urban farming communities, creek-side parks and a golfer's paradise. Latah Creek springs from the Spokane River and meanders for miles through remote communities.
Northwest Spokane offers a taste of simplicity tucked between turn of the century homes, sweeping parks towering pine trees. With easy access to the Centennial Trail and Riverside State Park, Northwest Spokane offers stunning views of the Spokane River gorge. Enjoy the architecture of the homes and historic buildings found in this thriving area.
Dotted with historic houses, Emerson Garfield is home to a lively commercial strip on North Monroe Street, with vintage furniture and antiques stores, international eateries, and no-nonsense neighborhood taverns. In summer, stalls at the busy Emerson-Garfield Farmers' Market sell organic produce, raw honey, pickles, and preserves. Leafy Corbin Park, once a horse-racing track, now has tennis courts and picnic area.
Situated close to the heart of Spokane, the Logan Neighborhood has developed as one of the oldest residential neighborhoods in the City. Logan comprises verdant canopies of overarching trees, four parks, three major retirement centers, Hamilton Street Business District, Gonzaga University and more. The Spokane River and Centennial Trail provides recreation and relaxation for neighborhood residents.
One of the first communities in Spokane to be developed with numerous suburban neighborhoods. East Central Spokane grew as an outgrowth of the industrial development, which was built east of the city's downtown core. The neighborhood is served by several parks, and older housing stock that brings charm and value.
Largely residential, Northtown is popular for shopping at NorthTown Mall, with big-name retailers and department stores, and the Northtown Square complex, a strip of boutiques and casual eateries. Families gather for picnics and barbecues around the sports fields and splash pad in Franklin Park. The area also encompasses the Garland District, known for its old-school diners and the 1945 Garland Theater.
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Associate | License# #SP52001 (ID), 133150 (WA)
RE/MAX Inland Empire
1311 North Washington St Ste A
Spokane, WA 99201
SC, LP, LAND, FARM, DL, FIRST, NEW
About MeSelf-motivated northwest native with a devotion to the local community, John Guarisco is a fifth generation Italian from Spokane with a passion for his family and friends. After running his own businesses and a former on-air radio personality, he got into sales and marketing selling radio ads and eventually started his own successful advertising company. When it was time to enter his “second act,” he decided to pursue his passion of working in real estate. It is his lifetime of experience forging personal connections that gives John the perspective and the compassion that his clients value. John is based in Spokane and serves the Eastern Washington area as part of RE/MAX Inland Empire. He thrives on referrals, with 80% of all his business coming from current relationships. “That’s not by mistake,” John emphasizes. “You don’t find success in real estate overnight. It’s the 30 years of work you put in getting to know people in your community.” John is the epitome of a “people person,” preferring to make personal connections rather than rely too much on impersonal methods like technology. He would rather speak face-to-face or pick up the phone than do business over social media or texting, and it’s this genuine personal touch that truly sets John apart. A gifted communicator, he believes in giving his clients “a good road map on why our best deal will be the best deal.” John’s approach to real estate centers around service. “I believe in giving people what they need without expecting anything in return,” he says. “I don’t care if it’s a $60,000 land deal or a $1.2 million estate deal. It’s not about the money, it’s about serving the client the best you can.” His favorite thing about working in real estate is helping people, and he takes pride in being able to play such an important role in making the dream of homeownership a reality for so many. John wants to continue making people happy with their real-estate transactions.
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