STADIUM

Named after the historic, immaculately designed high school that sits in its center, the Stadium District is a neighborhood on the rise. Blending a mixture of apartments and condos housing working-class citizens, and businesses that split the difference between humble mom-and-pop stores and more boutique selections, the Stadium District has a little something to offer for everyone.

Nestled between the North Slope neighborhood, which falls on the prosperous side of the area, and Hilltop, which has historically been more blue collar, the Stadium District finds a nice middle ground. The prominence of its high school necessitates families finding homes nearby, while its proximity to downtown Tacoma ensures that nightlife and entertainment options are always within reach.

With numerous busses running through the area, the Stadium District allows easy access to the expansive city. Still, creature comforts like the outrageously popular Frisko Freeze may keep you close to home. Shake Shake Shake counters Frisko Freeze's burgers with a fresh take on a '50s diner. The Stadium Thriftway also affords you a metropolitan shopping experience in a relatively low-key neighborhood. 

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 Stadium Thriftway is Stadium's grocery store. They have a full service deli and a well attended wine aisle. 

Stadium Thriftway is Stadium's grocery store. They have a full service deli and a well attended wine aisle. 

 In a time when many small booksellers are closing doors, King's Books holds it down with their knowledgable staff and their willingness to open their doors to community groups for events and meetings. Don't miss the yearly Wayzgoose printing festival. 

In a time when many small booksellers are closing doors, King's Books holds it down with their knowledgable staff and their willingness to open their doors to community groups for events and meetings. Don't miss the yearly Wayzgoose printing festival. 


CENSUS DATA

Population: Roughly 23,223
Diversity: 89.24% White, 1.63% Black, 3.20% Asian

Median Income: $82,085
Median House Value: $335,266

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RESOURCES

Neighborhood Council
Meetings: 6 PM at University of Puget Sound Trimble Forum on the
first Monday of every month
(1565 North Union Avenue
Tacoma, WA 98416)

City Council Representative
Deputy Mayor Robert Thoms Position 2
robert.thoms@cityoftacoma.org



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