A PERFECT INTERSECTION

Belltown is a brilliant intersection of Seattle’s historic past and its promising future—and no other physical address embodies that sentiment like First and Bell.

Just behind the Goodwin outstretches a seemingly-infinite expanse of water, and in front, an exhilarating panorama of a growing, vibrant city. Conveniently-located at the meeting point of land and water, the Goodwin features boutique charm and attainable, competitively-priced homes.

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A LOOK BACK

Belltown boasts a celebrated legacy as Seattle’s “film row,” and the Goodwin’s namesake offers homage to the inventor of transparent film, or “negative,” Hannibal Winston Goodwin. His patented method for making transparent, flexible roll film out of nitrocellulose film base was used in Thomas Edison’s Kinetoscope, an early machine for viewing motion pictures.

A HOT COMMODITY

Goodwin’s film format would soon find itself in abundance in Seattle’s historic Belltown neighborhood just north of downtown. Belltown was home to the Northwest’s Film Row even before the dawn of “talkies” in the late 1920’s. Even today, the neighborhood is under strict fire codes due to the abundance of flammable celluloid formerly stored in its warehouses.

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SET YOUR SCENE

Modern day Belltown still resonates the same excitement as it once did when introducing the world to the unimaginable moving picture. Steps away from the Goodwin resides local restaurants, hip bars, and an energetic nightlife of young professionals, creatives, and fun-lovers. Walk for just moments to Seattle’s new waterfront expansion and Pike Place Market, or just a block up the street to some of the finest coffee and coolest digs at Bedlam Coffee. Flip through the rare and collectible punk vinyl of Singles Going Steady, or meet friends for drinks and pinball at Shorty’s. Thai on your mind? Savor the authentic sour heat of Bangrak Market.

FIND YOUR MARK

No matter your taste, style, or preference, there’s always new adventure right around the corner in Seattle’s Film Row.

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A PERFECT INTERSECTION

Belltown is a brilliant intersection of Seattle’s historic past and its promising future—and no other physical address embodies that sentiment like First and Bell.

Just behind the Goodwin outstretches a seemingly-infinite expanse of water, and in front, an exhilarating panorama of a growing, vibrant city. Conveniently-located at the meeting point of land and water, the Goodwin features boutique charm and attainable, competitively-priced homes.

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A LOOK BACK

Belltown boasts a celebrated legacy as Seattle’s “film row,” and the Goodwin’s namesake offers homage to the inventor of transparent film, or “negative,” Hannibal Winston Goodwin. His patented method for making transparent, flexible roll film out of nitrocellulose film base was used in Thomas Edison’s Kinetoscope, an early machine for viewing motion pictures.

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A HOT COMMODITY

Goodwin’s film format would soon find itself in abundance in Seattle’s historic Belltown neighborhood just north of downtown. Belltown was home to the Northwest’s Film Row even before the dawn of “talkies” in the late 1920’s. Even today, the neighborhood is under strict fire codes due to the abundance of flammable celluloid formerly stored in its warehouses.

The Goodwin Seattle Condominium BELLTOWN image 9

SET YOUR SCENE

Modern day Belltown still resonates the same excitement as it once did when introducing the world to the unimaginable moving picture. Steps away from the Goodwin resides local restaurants, hip bars, and an energetic nightlife of young professionals, creatives, and fun-lovers. Walk for just moments to Seattle’s new waterfront expansion and Pike Place Market, or just a block up the street to some of the finest coffee and coolest digs at Bedlam Coffee. Flip through the rare and collectible punk vinyl of Singles Going Steady, or meet friends for drinks and pinball at Shorty’s. Thai on your mind? Savor the authentic sour heat of Bangrak Market.

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FIND YOUR MARK

No matter your taste, style, or preference, there’s always new adventure right around the corner in Seattle’s Film Row.

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