Maple Leaf sits between Interstate 5 and Lake City Way, Northgate Way and 80th Street. Maple Leaf is a very dog and family friendly community with thriving locally owned restaurant and coffee shops.
Ravenna is a neighborhood in North Seattle, from Green Lake, past the University District, and on to the east toward Lake Washington. It is a quiet family oriented neighborhood with a smattering of small bars, cafés, and restaurants along 65th Street near 20th Ave NE.
Maple Leaf is a neighborhood in North Seattle of about 20,000 people. It is south of Northgate and north of the University, Ravenna and Roosevelt districts. Maple Leaf neighborhood is bounded by NE 103rd to the north, NE 75th to the south, Ravenna NE and Lake City Way to the east and I-5 to the west.
A distinctive feature of the neighborhood is the water tower and reservoir located at 85th and Roosevelt. The water tower is painted with a distinctive coupling of maple leaves viewable from Interstate 5. The north county offices of Camp Fire Boys and Girls are in the old Waldo Hospital, itself a distinctive architecture and green space.
Maple Leaf has very easy access to I-5, making it an easy commute to downtown. It is also close to Green Lake and an easy drive to the U.W.