Curbed Seattle has been running the Curbed Cup, the inaugural edition of Seattle’s search for the neighborhood of the year. It’s down to the final neighborhoods now, both of whom are vying for the ultimate prize: the amazing JPEG trophy below, lovingly engraved in Photoshop with the winner’s name and given to them to guard until next year.
Underdog Fremont, which started as a 7-seed, upset the likes of Belltown and Ballard en route to the championship. Now comes the biggest challenge of all…Capitol Hill.
Voting is open and ends Sunday, so go vote for Fremont and get ready for the parade, which, knowing us, will invariably involve nudity and Flying Spaghetti Monsters.