Charming neighborhood with local shops and delicious food
Located in Tacoma’s North End, the Proctor District is home to many unique, family-owned small businesses. The Blue Mouse Theatre, built-in 1923, is the oldest continuously operating movie theater in Washington and is open seven days a week. The Blue Mouse had its 90th birthday on November 12th, 2013, and has been on the National Register of Historic Places since 2010.
The center of the Proctor District is located at the cross streets of Proctor Street and North 26th Street in Tacoma. The historic 1927 Proctor Street bridge just north of the district was rebuilt in 2006.
Proctor Station is a gorgeous 5 story structure developed to offer high-end apartments to Tacoma residents. With retail on the ground floor including Rudy’s Barbershop, Top Pot Doughnuts, Coldwell Banker, and more this mixed-use building has something to offer for all.
The Proctor District is known for delicious dining, microbreweries, coffee shops, and of course gorgeous architecture and historic structures. Among the offerings of Proctor are: Metropolitan Market, Cactus Restaurant, Peaks and Pints, Crudo and Cotto, and many more.
A must-see when in the neighborhood is the famous Proctor Farmer’s Market which runs until the last week of December every Saturday showcasing locally grown food, art, and crafts.
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