Team Members: Christine Betts, Phoenix Meadowlark, Johan Michalove, Clarissa Song
Seattle's geography defines both the culture of the city and of the neighborhoods within it. Although a simple walk
around town provides ample evidence of the socioeconomic divides between the Emerald City's neighborhoods, we encourage you to interact with the extent
of the gaps between them. Use the map below to view the difference in median income per capita, population,
average housing price, and transit statistics (time and distance).
Hover on a neighborhood to see how it compares to others encoded in color. Click on a neighborhood and the map will expand to reflect disparities (nearer to the selected neighborhood means more similar) and click the same neighborhood again to revert the map.