Neighborhood Profile: Comstock

Bound from 29th south to 57th and Perry west to High Drive, the Comstock neighborhood sits in prime location for homeowners looking for close access to downtown either for work or fun. This neighborhood’s location is one of its main selling points. Residents feel at ease knowing that their morning commute into the city will take less than ten minutes and finding a restaurant on the weekends could take even less time. Its diverse housing options also make it an easy place to home shop for a wide range of incomes. With over 3,500 homes within its borders, and home prices ranging from 100k to 2 million, finding a place to call home is no problem. Average price per square foot for Comstock was $94, an increase of 13.3% compared to the same period last year. There are currently 34 resale and new homes listed.

If you are looking for an area with excellent choices for education, look no further for Comstock has a rich variety of options. Find full lists for elementary, middle, and high schools by clicking on the links for each. Comstock Park is another draw that brings people into this area. As one of Spokane’s many philanthropic projects, all 21 acres of the park were donated as well as 150k investment to make it a suitable family environment. The park hosts the Spokane Symphony on Labor Day as well as countless picnics and parties. With a strong neighborhood cleanup program in place, expect a clean and safe environment.

Manito Shopping Center and the surrounding retail areas provide goods and services to much of the South Hill. At the shopping center you can find great eateries, like Manito Tap House, ATM’s, Rite Aid Pharmacy, Froyo, and much more. There are a number of bank branches and medical and dental offices within Comtstock boundaries as well. Are you looking for a connected and community oriented neighborhood council? Comstock can offer you that. Membership in the Comstock Neighborhood Council is attained if you live, work or own property within community boundaries and have attended at least one meeting. If you are interested in getting to know community members, the council meets every 3rd Wednesday of most months besides July and August at 7pm at Sacajawea Middle School in the cafeteria. Find listings in this area here.

Posted in Blog Articles.