Pacific Ridge is about to begin a complete makeover starting with an exciting 11-acre mix use development along Pacific Highway South just minutes from Sea-Tac Airport.
Des Moines, a growing city of almost 30,000, is a friendly waterfront community embracing the future while preserving its rich past. Initially homesteaded in 1863 and incorporated in 1959, the City borders the Puget Sound with 6 miles of shoreline and is conveniently located midway between Seattle and Tacoma. It is a perfect place to start a business, live and have fun.
The project envisions 1400 residential units, a high end hotel and 155,000 square feet of office/retail space starting soon with a 219-unit low income senior housing project.
Des Moines offers housing for every income level from waterfront mansions to affordable apartments. And 350 more new residential lots are available for development for a range of affordable homes. The City is the fourth most densely populated city in the state and among the most affordable places to live in King County.
Numerous commercial properties are ready for development in Midway, Pacific Ridge, Downtown and in Redondo. The City actively seeks new business investments and supports commercial development.
A busy summer day at the Redondo boat launch near Salty’s Restaurant and Highline Community College’s Marine Science & Technology Center.
Pacific Ridge is about to begin a complete makeover starting with an exciting 11-acre mix use development along Pacific Highway South just minutes from Sea-Tac Airport. Most locations have fantastic views of the Puget Sound, the Olympic Mountains or Mount Rainier. By 2020, more than 3 million square foot of new commercial development and 5,500 new residential units are expected.
The full service Marina, including its popular 670-foot public fishing pier, is next to historic Beach Park, now undergoing major renovation to make it a venue for regional as well as local cultural and recreational activities.
Crabbing and fishing are popular activities at the Des Moines Pier.
Des Moines’ small downtown shopping district centered on Marine View Drive is home to a variety of businesses from fine to casual dining, boat repair to hand-crafted jewelry to software development. High-end apartments and condominiums in the immediate area provide tremendous market opportunities for local goods and services.
“The Waterland City” invites you to visit and invest in our community.
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The City’s full service Marina offers wet and dry moorage for 840 recreational vessels in open or covered slips and 1500 feet of dock space for guest moorage.