Beacon Hill represents a wide variety of businesses, services, and community organizations. Historically, Beacon Hill has been a neighborhood for people seeking new opportunities. Italians,  African-Americans, Chinese, Japanese, Filipinos, Latinos, Vietnamese and many others have all come here and stayed to make their mark. Located just a few minutes from downtown and other south east Seattle neighborhoods along the light rail spine, Beacon Hill has many unique small businesses within walking distance of a new library, light rail station, and public park. Together we make Beacon Hill the vibrant neighborhood it is today, providing a loyal customer base for a wide range of businesses ready to serve you.

Come sample the best in unique Mexican, Filipino or Indian food, visit a cozy coffeehouse. Explore our many locally owned groceries, friendly shops and salons, or El Centro de la Raza’s historic schoolhouse building. Learn more and shop local: