Georgetown Professional Guide
Detailed Trail Description from our Guidebook
"Georgetown, another of the former independent towns annexed into Seattle, is an urban island surrounded by industry, a freeway, two freight yards, and a cargo airport. In recent years, it has gone from neglected hamlet to arts mecca.
This is partly because those decades of neglect had left a main street of rugged brick and metal-clad postfrontier storefronts, across from the 0.25-mile long edifice of a pre-Prohibition brewing plant. These spaces nurtured what Seattle Weekly writer Laura Cassidy called a style of “post-squat, industrial bohemian chic.”"