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Haller Lake is a neighborhood in northern Seattle, Washington. The area is named after the 15-acre Haller Lake. The name originated with the son of an earlier settler of Seattle, Granville Haller, and his son, Theodore, who was the first to plat the area. The area had been inhabited by the Duwamish tribe of Native Americans. The neighborhood ends in the north at the city limits of Shoreline and begins at North 110th Street to the south. Many single-family homes fill the area, along with some apartments and condominiums.
Haller Lake provides two points for public access and the rest of the lakeshore is privately owned. Boaters can access the lake on Meridian Avenue N or at 125th Street N. Previously, the lake was known as Welch Lake. Haller Lake, 36 feet deep at its deepest point, feeds into Lake Washington and is fed by Thornton Creek, which originates here and travels east through the Wedgwood neighborhood.
Students attend Ingraham High School or Nathan Hale High School. Lakeside School is also located in this area and provides education for grades 6 to 12. The Northwest Hospital Medical Center is situated here, as is the Haller Lake Community Club. Northacres Park provides walking and picnic areas for residents. Easy access to Northgate Mall and its Metro Bus Hub is a community asset. The Hub is a stopping point for the Light Rail System, which carries travelers to SeaTac airport. Commuters can access Highway 99 for an easy commute to downtown, or Interstate 5 for commute to Everett and Boeing’s Paine Field.