We're constantly asked… why is Proctor so hot? Our listings in the Proctor area of Tacoma sell faster than anywhere else in the city. We live in Proctor in a 1885 Victorian that is on the Tacoma Register of Historic Places. We know a thing or two about the area. We love Proctor, but you decide for yourself.
The Proctor District is one of Tacoma's most celebrated and desirable neighborhoods, offering residents an urban village experience that harkens back to a simpler time. The area features a wonderful mix of owner operated shops and restaurants, including the upscale Metropolitan Market, Chalet Bowl and the historic Blue Mouse Theater – the oldest continuously operating movie theater in Washington State. The University of Puget Sound, which moved its campus to its current North End location back in 1924, provides its neighbors with access to a variety of academic and cultural activities. The Proctor District hosts a lively local farmer's market, the second largest in the city, every Saturday from April through November. The neighborhood offers excellent public schools and easy access to Point Defiance Park, the waterfront and downtown Tacoma.
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