Delridge is a neighborhood in West Seattle, Washington that stretches along Delridge Way, an arterial that follows the eastern slope of the valley of Longfellow Creek, from near its source just within the southern city limits north to the West Seattle Bridge over the Duwamish River.
High Point is so named because it is the highest point of land in Seattle, 520 feet (158 m) above sea level. Because of this great elevation advantage, homes in High Point offer spectacular views that sweep from the city to the mountains.
Highland Park is traditionally a working-class neighborhood, due to its proximity to Boeing Field and other employers in the Industrial District. As with White Center immediately to the south, it now features wide demographic and ethnic diversity.
Near Highland Park is Westcrest Park, which has an off-leash dog area.
The Pigeon Point neighborhood is located on a high bluff directly south of the West Seattle Bridge at the south end of Elliott Bay. Pigeon Point is home to the new Cooper Elementary School. Homes in Pigeon Point have amazing city and Puget Sound views. There are a great deal of eco-friendly homes here including LEED certified homes.
South Seattle Community College (1970) is in Riverview; the college is notable for innovative horticulture and the South Seattle Community College Arboretum. The Seattle Chinese Garden borders the Arboretum. The gardens are on the bluff overlooking the Duwamish River.
Westwood (South Delridge)
The partially restored wetland source of Longfellow Creek is in Westwood.
A "big box" plaza called Westwood Village has expanded in recent years. Stores include Target, Bed Bath and Beyond, Staples and Marshall's.
Many new town homes are being developed in this neighborhood.
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