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    freeballard
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    I’ve heard a few real estate references to the “brewery district” in Ballard… and it seems to be catching on (google it). Cleary helps with the marketing, but just curious what others think about the name?

    #87923

    Andrew Daisuke
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    I like it, I think it sounds better than “East Ballard” or “Industrial Ballard.”

    #87936

    SPierce
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    Ballard’s West Woodland neighborhood, located on the east-side of Ballard, has several micro-communities located within its boundaries, including the Brewery District.

    Here are a few examples: Neighbors often refer to the area south of Leary as the Industrial area, NW 65th has been called StumbleTown for many years, 6th Ave NW is fondly referred to as the Phinney Ditch and some neighbors near 50th & 6th called themselves Halibut Flats.

    I am sure Ballard’s West Woodland neighborhood is not unique in this, do you know of other micro-communities around Ballard that have created their own brand?

    Learn more about Ballard’s West Woodland neighborhood:

    Business & Neighborhood Updates:
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    Website: https://westwoodland.wordpress.com/
    Twitter: @WW_Ballard

    History of the Neighborhood:
    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/vintagewestwoodland
    Website: https://vintagewestwoodland.wordpress.com/

    Ballard Neighborhood Map:
    http://clerk.ci.seattle.wa.us/~public/nmaps/html/NN-1170S.htm

    #87938

    freeballard
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    @spierce I think the difference here is that the name was created for marketing reasons, rather than neighbors creating their own identity.

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