West Central

Kendall Yards, Browne's Addition & West Central

Kendall Yards is a newer development located along the Spokane River just northwest of downtown. The neighborhood features a mix of residential and commercial spaces, including apartments, shops, and restaurants. The area is known for its stunning views of the river and its walking and biking trails.

Browne’s Addition is another historic neighborhood located just south of the downtown area. Known for its Victorian-era homes, tree-lined streets, and boutique shops and restaurants, Browne’s Addition has become a popular destination for both residents and visitors.

The West Central district is a historic neighborhood located in the heart of Spokane, Washington. It’s bordered by the Spokane River to the north, the Maple Street Bridge to the east, the BNSF railway tracks to the south, and the Monroe Street Bridge to the west.

Garland District, Emerson Garfield & Audubon-Downriver

The Garland District, situated in North Spokane, is a bustling commercial area that’s perfect for shopping and dining. The area has numerous shops, including vintage boutiques, music stores, and art galleries. The Garland Theater is a popular attraction, and there are many locally-owned restaurants and cafes to choose from.

The Emerson Garfield neighborhood is a historic district in Spokane with beautiful architecture and tree-lined streets. The area is home to a mix of residential homes, small businesses, and local restaurants, making it an ideal spot for those looking for a tight-knit community.

The Audubon-Downriver neighborhood boasts easy access to the Spokane River, as well as multiple parks and playgrounds. The area is primarily residential, with a mix of older homes and new developments. The streets are quiet and lined with mature trees, making it an excellent place for families or a quiet lifestyle.