Adams is a neighborhood in Seattle, Washington with a population of 17,362. Adams is in King County and is one of the best places to live in Washington. Living in Adams offers residents an urban feel and most residents rent their homes. In Adams there are a lot of bars, restaurants, coffee shops, and parks. Many young professionals live in Adams and residents tend to be liberal. The public schools in Adams are highly rated.
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If you work for Amazon or Microsoft things will be great for you. If you make a living in the customer service industry or with a specific trade that doesn't have corporate backing you might not fare so well. Finding work won't be too difficult, but paying your rent or mortgage will be another story. With Microsoft and Amazon moving so many people to Seattle, the rental/home prices are skyrocketing and becoming much more difficult to afford when not working for these companies. Apartments in my area are renting for almost double what they were four years ago. Most people I know work in the service industry as bartenders or waitstaff and don't have trouble finding work if their establishment closes down and are able to make ends meet with a LITTLE room for fun every once in a while.
Excellent walkability. There is good food everywhere; the restaurants/bars are generally unique from one another. You can find budget friendly options, or something more upscale for a celebratory evening. Good boutiques abound, but most are waaaay overpriced. There are a few with fair prices, and the overpriced places often have sale sections. I have lived here for nearly 4 years with no vehicle and find that most everything I need is within walking distance...even the sand and view at Golden Gardens if you're up for a longer walk.