Downtown Seattle has changed a lot in recent years. One only has to note the number of cranes busily building new residences and office spaces to realize that the Downtown Seattle skyline is changing. Downtown Seattle includes the Central Business District, Pike Place Market, the Seattle Center (including the Space Needle), Olympic Sculpture Park, Seattle Library, Benaroya Hall, the Seattle Art Museum, and some of the tallest buildings on the West Coast. If you are looking for a hub of activity, walkability galore, restaurants, shops, and easy access to transportation, Downtown Seattle has you covered. Condos, many with views of Elliott Bay, the Olympic Mountains, or Mount Rainier are prevalent in this bustling area of Seattle.