Stadium District - Tacoma Washington
The Stadium District is a neighborhood of the north end of Tacoma, Washington, USA. It is named after Stadium High School, a historic landmark widely regarded as beautiful and located in the Tacoma School District.
The Stadium district is located between the affluent Tacoma North Slope residential neighborhood and the Hilltop neighborhood. The area shares more in common with Tacoma's downtown owing to its urban nature and large population of apartment-dwelling working class residents. The Tacoma area neighborhood consists primarily of businesses and apartment buildings, some with waterfront views of Commencement Bay. Like most of downtown Tacoma, the area is gentrifying.
Wright Park, located on "I" street in Tacoma, Washington, was established in the late part of the 19th Century with a land donation by Charles B. Wright for the sole purpose of being developed as a public park. Since its original design by E.O. Schwagerl and Ebenezer Rhys Roberts, the park has maintained its original characher. Its original vision was one of a bucolic, scenic, pastoral, passive park as embodied by traditional English parks.
Tacoma Shopping - Stadium District
King's Books, located on St. Helens Avenue in Tacoma Washington, is on of the largest used and new independent bookstore in the Tacoma area and South Puget Sound area. King's books is a Tacoma community-oriented bookstore with 6200 square feet and approximately 150,000 books.
Tacoma Neighborhood Schools
Stadium High School is a 100-year-old high school in Tacoma, Washington and a historic landmark. It is part of Tacoma Public Schools, or Tacoma School District No. 10 and is located in the Stadium District, near downtown Tacoma.