Stadium District

Historic Homes, Pretty Streets, Close to Everything

MEDIAN: $642,500

Get to Know this Neighborhood

Stadium is a perfect mix of everything that makes Tacoma wonderful. From the iconic Stadium High School to the beautiful old historic homes that surround it- Stadium has it all. Parks, great local restaurants and coffee shops, some of the most beautiful homes and tree-lined streets in the city, and a bustling business district.

Why this Neighborhood is so Great

Even just taking a walk and running errands is a lovely experience—people pride themselves on their gardens, and charming storefronts welcome customers. Many of its finest homes offer spectacular views of Puget Sound, Browns Point, Vashon Island, and Commencement Bay on the horizon.

What to do in this Neighborhood

Right next to Downtown Tacoma, the Stadium District has easy access to all of the the museums, shows (including symphonies, plays, musicals, comedians, ballets, etc.), nightlife and events that the lively and hoppin’ downtown scene has to offer.

Architecture

Tacoma's Stadium District has some amazing examples of Classical Revival, Victorian, Queen Anne, Craftsman, and true Mansions. Some of the finest historic homes in the city are located in Stadium There are also condos (from historic to modern) available.

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What the Neighbors are Saying

It's one thing to form an opinion based on your first impressions of a neighborhood, but it's another to hear from the people who call it home.

Easiest transition district from Seattle neighborhood, like Wallingford, to Tacoma. We love it and tell people we "upgraded" from Seattle.

Jake

Great neighborhood with all the amenities you need within walking distance.

Lenny

The district provides easy access to restaurants, grocery, drug and varied services stores. Great freeway and city center access. Beautiful views. Historic High School, homes and buildings.

Margy McGroarty

I love the large, historic homes with so much detail and grandeur. Tacoma Lawn Tennis Club in this neighborhood provides a great resource for working out, tennis and social gatherings - always a fun place to be.

Shannon Bell-Peterson

Stadium District is a wonderful blend of historic Tacoma and the Tacoma of today.

Jane

I love the parks, Wright and Garfield. I love parking my car on weekends and walking to grocery store, Ranko's, wine store, lots of restaurants. Easy walk to Old Town, where I can get fresh fish or go to even more restaurants. It's a lovely safe neighborhood with big leafy trees. I feel blessed every day that I get to live here... Have lived in Stadium since 1995. I feel blessed every day that I get to live in Stadium District.

Laura

Recent Posts on Stadium District

Below you will find recent posts on this neighborhood. From events and restaurants to check out, to city-wide posts that affect this neighborhood, you'll find more neighborhood content right here.

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