Good guys (and neighbors) don't run away on the weekend -- or from life
If you like Amazon, health food, and high-rises, you would love Belltown. I first planted roots in a luxurious studio there in 2010. I haven't always stayed, but I won't lie: I'm a little desperate to go back.
Right off the bat, it was easy to rack up a number of guys I liked in Belltown. There is almost more diversity there than any other Seattle neighborhood, and I counted very few guys who had tattoos as a profile picture. I noted no odd sexual proclivities, and only two men mentioned a preference for snow over women.
More reasons I've always loved it there.
Hipster guys (and neighborhoods) aren't right for me
I ended up ditching Greenlake and Wallingford for their combined overload of snow pictures. Greenlake's dog photos (yet another case of "I'm not ready to make anyone else a priority") were another nail in the coffin; and Wallingford's overuse of harsh bios like "I'm gone for four months boarding," or "Tinder is stupid" left me underwhelmed.
The "I do what I want" mentality is one I expect men to leave behind in their 20s. Not so with dudes in these neighborhoods. No way am I moving to a block filled with selfish guys who would make terrible friends, annoying neighbors, and insufferable partners.