Vibrant and historic; you’re close to city life and just far enough to enjoy peace and quiet whenever you want.
Interbay is a lively, illustrious Seattle neighborhood located between Queen Anne and Magnolia. Just two miles from downtown Seattle to the south and Ballard to the north, Slate Living in Interbay easily connects to its surrounding neighborhoods by car, bus, bike, or foot. Or any other way you’ve discovered to get around.
Growing your own veggies at the local P-Patch, enjoying an iconic Red Mill burger, hitting a bucket of balls at the Golf Center, shopping for dinner at QFC, playing a game of soccer at the field, sharing a Pagliacci pizza with some friends, working out at Denali Fitness, or just hanging out in your spacious apartment at Slate Apartments — Interbay gives you the choice and convenience to live life,
The Interbay neighborhood traces its roots to the Indian Wars of 1850s when Henry Smith, farmer, physician, and poet, began buying land from local pioneers. Smith would later establish a settlement almost exactly where Slate Apartments stands today.
In 1884, The Seattle Lake Shore and Eastern Railway bought Smith’s land and built a railway through it. The 20th century then brought maritime trade to Interbay and the construction of the Lake Washington Ship Canal, Piers 90 and 91, and Fishermen’s Terminal.