Two rounds of record-setting voting have whittled the 16 seeds of the fifth-annual Curbed Cup to four neighborhoods. No. 1 Ballard was upset by Georgetown, a big win for South Seattle. Ballard's neighbor Fremont was also felled as South Lake Union advanced. No. 3 Belltown got a serious battle from The Junction but it was able to move on as the highest-remaining seed. Defending-champ Columbia City has cruised to this point behind some serious vote totals. We'll pit these final four against one another next week to determine the overall winner. What do you think of these results? Totally predictable, or completely unforeseen? Is there a certain contender who you believe should end up as the Curbed Cup champ? Let us know in the comments!
· Our Curbed Cup 2015 archives [Curbed Seattle]