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Curbed Cup Final Four: (3) Belltown vs. (7) Greenwood

The Curbed Cup, Curbed Seattle annual Neighborhood of the Year tournament, continues today. We're down to the Final Four and we're giving you the weekend to pick the two winners. Polls are open until Sunday evening. Go vote!

Now, let's meet the two neighborhoods battling for a shot in the Championship.


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Neighborhood: 3-seed Belltown
How'd They Get Here: Beat out Central District in the first round and survived Ravenna by one vote in the Elite 8.
Why They Deserve To Win: Everyone wants to live in Belltown. No, seriously, we've seen the data. Seattle's condo mecca balances between young folks just starting out and retirees looking for an easier life. It probably helps to have a superhero roaming the streets. Some of the homes are super-pricy and some of them have pretty stupid names, but people keep flocking for the bars, restaurants & overall lifestyle. About the only person who doesn't want to live here anymore? Tim Lincecum.


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Neighborhood: 7-seed Greenwood
How'd They Get Here: Held off Georgetown in the first-round and upset 2-seed Capitol Hill in the Elite 8.
Why They Deserve To Win: This North Seattle neighborhood is among the most sought-out by homebuyers. It's been named among the best in Seattle, to boot. And even now, there are projects ready to go trying to make it even more vital. We're constantly finding interesting homes in the area, including ones perfect for NSA spies.

So, which neighborhood moves on to the Championship?

Poll results


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