Proctor

North Tacoma's urban village.

If you're looking for a walkable neighborhood defined by vibrant local shops and restaurants, farmers markets and other street activity, and quaint and ornate early 20th century homes, Proctor is the place for you. From its community garden to the Blue Mouse theater, Proctor is unsurpassed in its charm.

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Summary

  • Walkable mixed-use district
  • Boutique local shops and dining
  • Weekly farmers market
  • Older homes with character

“Keep calm and Proctor on!”

A Glance at the Neighborhood

    1. 395K 2017
    2. 380K 2018
    3. 465K 2019
    4. 455K 2020

    Median Sales Price

  • 1,988

    Average
    Square
    Feet

  • Average Year Built
    1926

    AVERAGE YEAR BUILT

Charming Retail

There's something for everyone at the Pacific Northwest Shop. Bring joy to your partner with a gift from Connections Fine Jewelry. Your woofer will love what you get for them at Wag Pet Market. And so much more!

Close to Waterfront

Drive down North 30th or North 36th, and you're on Ruston Way in minutes. Secret insider tip: you can also get there through a pretty forest trail that goes through Puget Park.

Exquisite Old Homes

Proctor homes are predominantly Craftsman, with larger Colonial, Tudor, and Victorian style homes becoming more common towards the eastern half of the neighborhood.

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