The portal to the Puget Sound region, the City of SeaTac is a transportation-centric community perfectly positioned and highly motivated to help you succeed in any future endeavor, whether it is an exciting development venture, the relocation of your business or simply the execution of a great business idea!
The City boasts nine beautiful parks which have undergone substantial improvements and additions including a Japanese garden, lakeside performing arts stage, three pro-sports fields, children’s play equipment, picnic shelters, trails, disc golf and much more.
Businesses and investors considering a site in SeaTac can be assured of a business-friendly local government that offers the personal touch of a smaller city. Currently, the City of SeaTac is home to over 800 licensed businesses, nearly 80 of which are “Fortune 1000” companies. These entities employ nearly 36,000 employees in the City of SeaTac and generate total local sales of approximately $3.7 billion.
Guests to the City of SeaTac can choose from a variety of great lodging options.
The City of SeaTac offers prospective businesses nearly 1 million square feet of office space, including 500,000 square feet at the SeaTac Office Center.
The City is proactively working to stimulate development in several key areas to help inspire development citywide.
A pedestrian bridge spanning International Boulevard will link Sea-Tac International Airport and the SeaTac/Airport Station to what will be a new vibrant city center for SeaTac. This city center will feature a true mix of uses, including entertainment venues, restaurants, shops, parks and plazas, where residents and visitors will find attractive and inviting places to live, work and play.
The Tukwila International Boulevard Sound Transit light rail station is scheduled to open in July 2009, leading to redevelopment of the surrounding community.
The South 154th Street Station Area will be a vibrant, mixed-use residential neighborhood that connects people of various backgrounds. The station area will be pedestrian-oriented, visually pleasing, easily accessible and integrated with transit.
Currently, the City of SeaTac is home to over 800 licensed businesses, nearly 80 of which are “Fortune 1000” companies.
The City will monitor and encourage industrial development on Port owned parcels within SeaTac boundaries which have been identified as development opportunities in this study.