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New Tacoma includes all or part of the following neighborhoods, St. Hellens neighborhood, Theater District, central business district, warehouse/brewy district, Foss Waterway, McCarver neighborhood, Stadium District, and Dome District. So, there are some large business and industrial areas located here. Some of the popular attractions in New Tacoma are the many sights along the Foss Waterway, including the Washington History Museum, the Museum of Glass, Union Station, Tacoma Art Museum and Stadium High School. Wright Park is very popular, the Tacoma Dome has headliner shows, and a number of top rated restaurants call Tacoma home. More than anywhere else in Tacoma, you will find lots of Condos in New Tacoma as the place has increasingly become popular with condo developers. A third of the homes built here were after the year 2000. Still, there are old neighborhoods with renovated houses from the 1800s or early 1900s that hit the price ceiling for Tacoma while other homes might be at the bottom of that same scale. The statistics show more renters in New Tacoma than homeowners. Most of the area is within an easy walk of downtown, Stadium District, and North Tacoma, yet freeways can take you out of town with minutes.