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Solana
15800 4th Avenue South
Burien, WA
1 Bedroom
$1,407
646 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,580
947 sqft
Last updated November 25 at 04:45 AM
An exceptional, modern community with spacious homes and several floor plan options. Homes include an oversized deck or balcony and in-unit washer and dryer. Near Highway 509 and 518. Close to public transit.
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11 Units Available
The Maverick
15045 5th Avenue Southwest
Burien, WA
Studio
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1 Bedroom
$1,317
684 sqft
2 Bedrooms
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Last updated November 25 at 04:45 AM
Close to everything - our beautiful oversized, newly built apartments and townhomes in Burien, Washington, feature large studio, one, and two bedroom floor plans within walking distance of downtown Burien. Gorgeous views of Mt.
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6 Units Available
Discovery Landing
15405 Des Moines Memorial Dr
Burien, WA
1 Bedroom
$1,472
657 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,750
981 sqft
3 Bedrooms
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Last updated November 25 at 04:45 AM
Spacious apartments with extra storage and a fireplace. Residents can use the on-site picnic area, indoor pool and spa, and fitness center. Near Seattle-Tacoma International Airport. Right next to the Highline Performing Arts Center.
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12 Units Available
Alcove at Seahurst
14001 Ambaum Blvd SW
Burien, WA
1 Bedroom
$1,299
643 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,319
757 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$1,819
858 sqft
Last updated September 17 at 09:05 PM
Convenient location for commuters, with easy access to interstates 5, 99, 405, 509 and 599. Luxury community includes pool, playground and gym. Units feature air conditioning, microwave, laundry and patio/balcony.
1 Unit Available
11807 Ambaum Boulevard Southwest, #02
11807 Ambaum Boulevard Southwest
Burien, WA | Salmon Creek
1 Bedroom
$1,550
676 sqft
2 Bedrooms
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Last updated November 25 at 10:18 AM
Please call or text 971-708-3886 for more information. City's Edge Burien's beautifully appointed charming apartment community.
1 Unit Available
11805 Ambaum Boulevard Southwest, #02
11805 Ambaum Boulevard Southwest
Burien, WA | Salmon Creek
1 Bedroom
$1,550
695 sqft
Last updated November 25 at 10:18 AM
Please call or text 971-708-3886 for more information. City's Edge Burien's beautifully appointed charming apartment community.
1 Unit Available
11425 Military Rd S - 1
11425 Military Road South
Burien, WA | Riverton-Boulevard Park
2 Bedrooms
$1,295
925 sqft
Last updated November 25 at 08:56 AM
Second floor two bedroom, one bath apartment available to rent in a seven unit apartment community in the Boulevard Park neighborhood of North Burien. Approximately 925 square feet. Large living room with balcony, and lots of natural light.
1 Unit Available
2803 SW 170th Street
2803 Southwest 170th Street
Burien, WA | Gregory Heights
4 Bedrooms
$4,500
2700 sqft
Last updated November 25 at 11:00 AM
Puget Sound at your Doorstep! - 2803 SW 170th Street – Burien, WA 98166 Please call or text 206.799.8496 or 206.769.8882 with any questions To Apply: www.remaxallcitypm.net Puget Sound is at your doorstep in this head to toe recent update.
1 Unit Available
13704 6th Ave. SW
13704 6th Avenue Southwest
Burien, WA | Linde Terrace
3 Bedrooms
$2,195
1150 sqft
Last updated November 25 at 11:00 AM
Great 3 bedroom Home on Large Fenced Lot in Burien - Bring Your Dog!! - Cute 3 bedroom, 1.5 bath home with HUGE fully fenced yard! Newer wood laminate floors, wood-burning fireplace. All appliances provided, including washer and dryer.
1 Unit Available
11409 28th Avenue SW
11409 28th Avenue Southwest
Burien, WA
4 Bedrooms
$2,695
1160 sqft
Last updated November 25 at 11:00 AM
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13430 4th Ave S
13430 4th Avenue South
Burien, WA | Cedarhurst
3 Bedrooms
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Last updated November 25 at 11:10 AM
13430 4th Ave S Available 12/01/20 Beautiful Classic 3BR/1.
2 Units Available
Terrace View Burien Apts Burien -Normandy Park
231 South 177th Place
Burien, WA
1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
$1,650
950 sqft
Last updated November 25 at 10:59 AM
Please call or text Tyson(425)761-3047 or James Peck (206)992-3025 https://www.youtube.
1 Unit Available
Grandview Court
145 Southwest 155th Street
Burien, WA | Burien Lake View
2 Bedrooms
$1,675
1201 sqft
Last updated November 25 at 09:35 AM
Grandview Court Apartments is a beautiful building with just two quiet commercial property below and apartment living above. This building is Secured and Non-Smoking.
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1 Unit Available
Manhattan
18243 1st Ave S
Normandy Park, WA
Studio
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1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
$1,524
679 sqft
Last updated November 25 at 04:45 AM
Studio, one- and two-bedroom apartments, as well as two-level, two-bedroom townhomes. Units feature washer and dryer. Neutral colors throughout. Convenient location just blocks from the water and from SeaTac Airport.
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7 Units Available
Park South
10102 8th Ave S
Seattle, WA | Riverton-Boulevard Park
1 Bedroom
$1,299
700 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,749
937 sqft
Last updated November 25 at 06:17 AM
Bright units with wood-burning fireplace, high ceilings and stainless steel appliances. Conveniently located near public transit and minutes from I-5 and Highway 99. Many amenities include pool, racquetball court and resident BBQ area.
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6 Units Available
Garden Pointe
130 SW 112th St
Seattle, WA
1 Bedroom
$1,525
700 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,825
898 sqft
Last updated November 24 at 06:57 PM
The clubhouse, indoor pool, gym are small parts of what makes this community appealing. Furnished apartments are available, and units feature vaulted ceilings and fireplaces. A short drive to Hicklin Lake and Salmon Creek Park.
1 Unit Available
10818 31st Avenue Southwest
10818 31st Avenue Southwest
Seattle, WA | Arbor Heights
3 Bedrooms
$3,495
1640 sqft
Last updated November 25 at 11:47 AM
Are you homeschooling your kids and working from home? If yes, look no further than this home with a separate unit to use as home office, kids school or play room, mother in law suite or your personal art or workout studio! Located in desirable West
1 Unit Available
Avenues
10765 14th Avenue Southwest
White Center, WA
1 Bedroom
$1,299
691 sqft
2 Bedrooms
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Last updated November 25 at 10:18 AM
Please call or text at 206-552-3118 for more information.
1 Unit Available
11050 16th Ave SW-A302
11050 16th Avenue Southwest
White Center, WA
2 Bedrooms
$1,600
800 sqft
Last updated November 25 at 10:18 AM
Please call or text at 206-498-9908 for more information. Shorewood Apartments is conveniently located near shopping, dining and entertainment. With easy access to I-5, 99, and 509 Shorewood is just minutes to Seattle.
1 Unit Available
10609 Glen Acres Drive South - 1
10609 Glen Acres Drive South
Boulevard Park, WA | Riverton-Boulevard Park
2 Bedrooms
$2,195
1402 sqft
Last updated November 25 at 08:56 AM
55 AND OVER COMMUNITY! This immaculate 2-bed 2-bath 2-car garage townhome is nested on the private Glen Acres Golf Course in Boulevard Park. This well-planned design features a living area with gas burning fireplace.
1 Unit Available
10459 8th Ave W
10459 8th Avenue South
Boulevard Park, WA | Riverton-Boulevard Park
2 Bedrooms
$1,550
860 sqft
Last updated November 25 at 11:00 AM
Available 11/27/20 Furnished, view, month to month, flexible terms - Property Id: 429911 Fully furnished upper unit of duplex with large view deck, large yard, wood burning fireplace. Will accommodate up to 4 adults or a small family.
1 Unit Available
3904 SW Arroyo Dr
3904 Southwest Arroyo Drive
Seattle, WA | Fauntleroy
4 Bedrooms
$3,195
2120 sqft
Last updated November 25 at 11:00 AM
Your New Rental Home in The Arroyos! Sweeping Views! 4BR! - Ahhhh! The serenity of The Arroyos awaits you w/ this beautiful 4BR single family home. Detailed attention throughout entices w/ this move-in ready home.
1 Unit Available
303 SW 112th Ave, Unit 408
303 Southwest 112th Street
White Center, WA
3 Bedrooms
$2,100
1223 sqft
Last updated November 25 at 10:59 AM
Spacious 3BR / 2.5BD Townhouse located in charming condo community! Available Now! - This 1,223 sq. ft. Townhome has 3 bedrooms and 2.5 bathrooms as well as an attached 1 car garage.
1 Unit Available
10905 Glen Acres Drive S #A25D
10905 Glen Acres Drive South
Boulevard Park, WA | Riverton-Boulevard Park
2 Bedrooms
$1,950
1209 sqft
Last updated November 25 at 10:59 AM
Beautiful Gated and Private Glen Acres Condo - 15 minutes from Downtown Seattle - 55 AND OVER COMMUNITY! This immaculate 2 bedroom, 2 bath top floor condo is a perfect fit for the renter that is looking for a serene living environment.
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You can use the off-campus housing filters to find apartments near colleges located in or around Burien. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include University of Washington-Seattle Campus, University of Washington-Tacoma Campus, Cascadia College, Bellevue College, and City University of Seattle.

City Guide

Burien
You'd never guess it, but you're probably older than Burien. While the original settlement dates back to the Civil War Era, the community remained stubbornly unincorporated until 1993, when a local land use issue finally brought things together. Once empowered, Burien quickly exercised its imperialistic muscle, annexing the tasty North Highline and increasing its population (and tax base) by a cool third.
You'd never guess it, but you're probably older than Burien. While the original settlement dates back to the Civil War Era, the community remained stubbornly unincorporated until 1993, when a local land use issue finally brought things together. Once empowered, Burien quickly exercised its imperialistic muscle, annexing the tasty North Highline and increasing its population (and tax base) by a cool third.

If you love Seattle but you don't want to live in town, get yourself down to Burien, and fast. Located just south of the Rainy City, Burien's a happening coastal suburb with awesome Puget Sound views, plenty of shopping, manageable traffic, and killer street food. A recently renovated town center encourages friendly loitering and provides something of a small town feel, but with benefits. The combination of proximity, progressiveness, prosperity, and natural setting make the city a true gem.

Renting in Burien

People like living here and so home prices are significantly higher than American averages. Owing perhaps to the youngish average age of residents, nearly half of the city's homes are renter occupied. The resulting array of apartments, homes, and condos for rent help keep rental rates surprisingly affordable. You can find a comparable rental home in Burien for much less than you'd have to fork out in Seattle. The secret's out, though, so you'll find yourself facing some stiff competition.

Renting in Burien
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People like living here and so home prices are significantly higher than American averages. Owing perhaps to the youngish average age of residents, nearly half of the city's homes are renter occupied. The resulting array of apartments, homes, and condos for rent help keep rental rates surprisingly affordable. You can find a comparable rental home in Burien for much less than you'd have to fork out in Seattle. The secret's out, though, so you'll find yourself facing some stiff competition.

Beginning the Search

Of the 6,400 apartment and home rentals in Burien, only about 115 are available at any given time. You can search online for available listings, hit the streets or hire a pro. It's your choice, but a quality real estate agent is worth his or her weight in lattes. It's not just access to data; your friendly agent can assess your specific needs and help narrow down your search to the properties that fit you best.

Beginning the Search
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Of the 6,400 apartment and home rentals in Burien, only about 115 are available at any given time. You can search online for available listings, hit the streets or hire a pro. It's your choice, but a quality real estate agent is worth his or her weight in lattes. It's not just access to data; your friendly agent can assess your specific needs and help narrow down your search to the properties that fit you best.

Getting Approved

Landlords like to feel secure. What that means to you is that credit reports, references, and income verification matter. Polish up your rental resume and ensure that you're showing yourself in the best possible light. If you've got some imperfections in your history, explain them succinctly and make it clear why your present circumstances are reliable. Smile, bathe, and bring your winning attitude. If the fit seems right, offer a deposit on the spot because money has an amazing affect on getting deals closed.

Getting Approved
+

Landlords like to feel secure. What that means to you is that credit reports, references, and income verification matter. Polish up your rental resume and ensure that you're showing yourself in the best possible light. If you've got some imperfections in your history, explain them succinctly and make it clear why your present circumstances are reliable. Smile, bathe, and bring your winning attitude. If the fit seems right, offer a deposit on the spot because money has an amazing affect on getting deals closed.

Burien Neighborhoods

Like any city, Burien has its own distinct cultural and economic pockets. Who you are and what you can afford will go a long way in determining your ideal address. Here's the skinny on some popular local neighborhoods:

26th Avenue SW/SW 170th Street: Great coastal vistas and a wealth of art and culture. Rental rates are pricey, but the homes are generally larger and established. If you've got the coin, you'll find a higher vacancy rate here than most places in Burien.

City Center: This area encompasses Burien Lake and the city's main retail shopping district. The busy, urban area features a greater concentration of studio apartments and smallish dwellings. Rental rates are quite reasonable, though demand is very high.

Boulevard Park: Adiverse neighborhood bordered by the expansive North SeaTac Park. Easy access to Route 518 makes the commute to the airport quick and easy.

Mount View: This area is best known for it's world-class Asian restaurants and the Schick Shadel addiction treatment hospital. Yes, the noodles are just that good.

Burien Neighborhoods
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Like any city, Burien has its own distinct cultural and economic pockets. Who you are and what you can afford will go a long way in determining your ideal address. Here's the skinny on some popular local neighborhoods:

26th Avenue SW/SW 170th Street: Great coastal vistas and a wealth of art and culture. Rental rates are pricey, but the homes are generally larger and established. If you've got the coin, you'll find a higher vacancy rate here than most places in Burien.

City Center: This area encompasses Burien Lake and the city's main retail shopping district. The busy, urban area features a greater concentration of studio apartments and smallish dwellings. Rental rates are quite reasonable, though demand is very high.

Boulevard Park: Adiverse neighborhood bordered by the expansive North SeaTac Park. Easy access to Route 518 makes the commute to the airport quick and easy.

Mount View: This area is best known for it's world-class Asian restaurants and the Schick Shadel addiction treatment hospital. Yes, the noodles are just that good.

The Local Hot Spots

There is, of course, a nearly limitless range of entertainment, cultural, shopping, and dining opportunities available a short ride away in the glittering Emerald City of Seattle. Even so, Burien stands tall in its own right. Hundreds of retail businesses, fantastic restaurants and coffee shops, gorgeous parks, and year-round events give residents a good reason to stay home. Here's a small sampling of what Burien has to offer:

Seahurst Park

This jewel of a park features a saltwater beach on Puget Sound and views of the Olympic Mountains and Vashon Island.

Downtown

Renovated in 2009, Burien's town center includes a vast array of local shops, restaurants, and hangouts. The streets are decidedly more pedestrian-friendly and encourage roving vendors. The street food in the area is as diverse as it is delicious.

Burien Farmers Market

Open from May through October, this local mainstay offers a veritable constellation of fresh local fruits, vegetables, baked products, and farm fresh goodies. Just don't wear your pro-GMO sweatshirt unless you're ready to be assaulted with overripe tomatoes.

Wild Strawberry Festival

Do you like the idea of celebrating community through the sensuously sweet medium of heart-shaped fruits? This annual event features a car show, chili cook off, break dancing competition, and loads of entertainment and family-friendly activities.

Highline Performing Arts Center

The Highline Performing Arts Center hosts the Northwest Symphony Orchestra, award-winning musicals, and the Miss Washington contest.

The Local Hot Spots
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There is, of course, a nearly limitless range of entertainment, cultural, shopping, and dining opportunities available a short ride away in the glittering Emerald City of Seattle. Even so, Burien stands tall in its own right. Hundreds of retail businesses, fantastic restaurants and coffee shops, gorgeous parks, and year-round events give residents a good reason to stay home. Here's a small sampling of what Burien has to offer:

Seahurst Park

This jewel of a park features a saltwater beach on Puget Sound and views of the Olympic Mountains and Vashon Island.

Downtown

Renovated in 2009, Burien's town center includes a vast array of local shops, restaurants, and hangouts. The streets are decidedly more pedestrian-friendly and encourage roving vendors. The street food in the area is as diverse as it is delicious.

Burien Farmers Market

Open from May through October, this local mainstay offers a veritable constellation of fresh local fruits, vegetables, baked products, and farm fresh goodies. Just don't wear your pro-GMO sweatshirt unless you're ready to be assaulted with overripe tomatoes.

Wild Strawberry Festival

Do you like the idea of celebrating community through the sensuously sweet medium of heart-shaped fruits? This annual event features a car show, chili cook off, break dancing competition, and loads of entertainment and family-friendly activities.

Highline Performing Arts Center

The Highline Performing Arts Center hosts the Northwest Symphony Orchestra, award-winning musicals, and the Miss Washington contest.

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City Guide

Burien
You'd never guess it, but you're probably older than Burien. While the original settlement dates back to the Civil War Era, the community remained stubbornly unincorporated until 1993, when a local land use issue finally brought things together. Once empowered, Burien quickly exercised its imperialistic muscle, annexing the tasty North Highline and increasing its population (and tax base) by a cool third.
You'd never guess it, but you're probably older than Burien. While the original settlement dates back to the Civil War Era, the community remained stubbornly unincorporated until 1993, when a local land use issue finally brought things together. Once empowered, Burien quickly exercised its imperialistic muscle, annexing the tasty North Highline and increasing its population (and tax base) by a cool third.

If you love Seattle but you don't want to live in town, get yourself down to Burien, and fast. Located just south of the Rainy City, Burien's a happening coastal suburb with awesome Puget Sound views, plenty of shopping, manageable traffic, and killer street food. A recently renovated town center encourages friendly loitering and provides something of a small town feel, but with benefits. The combination of proximity, progressiveness, prosperity, and natural setting make the city a true gem.

Renting in Burien

People like living here and so home prices are significantly higher than American averages. Owing perhaps to the youngish average age of residents, nearly half of the city's homes are renter occupied. The resulting array of apartments, homes, and condos for rent help keep rental rates surprisingly affordable. You can find a comparable rental home in Burien for much less than you'd have to fork out in Seattle. The secret's out, though, so you'll find yourself facing some stiff competition.

Renting in Burien
+

People like living here and so home prices are significantly higher than American averages. Owing perhaps to the youngish average age of residents, nearly half of the city's homes are renter occupied. The resulting array of apartments, homes, and condos for rent help keep rental rates surprisingly affordable. You can find a comparable rental home in Burien for much less than you'd have to fork out in Seattle. The secret's out, though, so you'll find yourself facing some stiff competition.

Beginning the Search

Of the 6,400 apartment and home rentals in Burien, only about 115 are available at any given time. You can search online for available listings, hit the streets or hire a pro. It's your choice, but a quality real estate agent is worth his or her weight in lattes. It's not just access to data; your friendly agent can assess your specific needs and help narrow down your search to the properties that fit you best.

Beginning the Search
+

Of the 6,400 apartment and home rentals in Burien, only about 115 are available at any given time. You can search online for available listings, hit the streets or hire a pro. It's your choice, but a quality real estate agent is worth his or her weight in lattes. It's not just access to data; your friendly agent can assess your specific needs and help narrow down your search to the properties that fit you best.

Getting Approved

Landlords like to feel secure. What that means to you is that credit reports, references, and income verification matter. Polish up your rental resume and ensure that you're showing yourself in the best possible light. If you've got some imperfections in your history, explain them succinctly and make it clear why your present circumstances are reliable. Smile, bathe, and bring your winning attitude. If the fit seems right, offer a deposit on the spot because money has an amazing affect on getting deals closed.

Getting Approved
+

Landlords like to feel secure. What that means to you is that credit reports, references, and income verification matter. Polish up your rental resume and ensure that you're showing yourself in the best possible light. If you've got some imperfections in your history, explain them succinctly and make it clear why your present circumstances are reliable. Smile, bathe, and bring your winning attitude. If the fit seems right, offer a deposit on the spot because money has an amazing affect on getting deals closed.

Burien Neighborhoods

Like any city, Burien has its own distinct cultural and economic pockets. Who you are and what you can afford will go a long way in determining your ideal address. Here's the skinny on some popular local neighborhoods:

26th Avenue SW/SW 170th Street: Great coastal vistas and a wealth of art and culture. Rental rates are pricey, but the homes are generally larger and established. If you've got the coin, you'll find a higher vacancy rate here than most places in Burien.

City Center: This area encompasses Burien Lake and the city's main retail shopping district. The busy, urban area features a greater concentration of studio apartments and smallish dwellings. Rental rates are quite reasonable, though demand is very high.

Boulevard Park: Adiverse neighborhood bordered by the expansive North SeaTac Park. Easy access to Route 518 makes the commute to the airport quick and easy.

Mount View: This area is best known for it's world-class Asian restaurants and the Schick Shadel addiction treatment hospital. Yes, the noodles are just that good.

Burien Neighborhoods
+

Like any city, Burien has its own distinct cultural and economic pockets. Who you are and what you can afford will go a long way in determining your ideal address. Here's the skinny on some popular local neighborhoods:

26th Avenue SW/SW 170th Street: Great coastal vistas and a wealth of art and culture. Rental rates are pricey, but the homes are generally larger and established. If you've got the coin, you'll find a higher vacancy rate here than most places in Burien.

City Center: This area encompasses Burien Lake and the city's main retail shopping district. The busy, urban area features a greater concentration of studio apartments and smallish dwellings. Rental rates are quite reasonable, though demand is very high.

Boulevard Park: Adiverse neighborhood bordered by the expansive North SeaTac Park. Easy access to Route 518 makes the commute to the airport quick and easy.

Mount View: This area is best known for it's world-class Asian restaurants and the Schick Shadel addiction treatment hospital. Yes, the noodles are just that good.

The Local Hot Spots

There is, of course, a nearly limitless range of entertainment, cultural, shopping, and dining opportunities available a short ride away in the glittering Emerald City of Seattle. Even so, Burien stands tall in its own right. Hundreds of retail businesses, fantastic restaurants and coffee shops, gorgeous parks, and year-round events give residents a good reason to stay home. Here's a small sampling of what Burien has to offer:

Seahurst Park

This jewel of a park features a saltwater beach on Puget Sound and views of the Olympic Mountains and Vashon Island.

Downtown

Renovated in 2009, Burien's town center includes a vast array of local shops, restaurants, and hangouts. The streets are decidedly more pedestrian-friendly and encourage roving vendors. The street food in the area is as diverse as it is delicious.

Burien Farmers Market

Open from May through October, this local mainstay offers a veritable constellation of fresh local fruits, vegetables, baked products, and farm fresh goodies. Just don't wear your pro-GMO sweatshirt unless you're ready to be assaulted with overripe tomatoes.

Wild Strawberry Festival

Do you like the idea of celebrating community through the sensuously sweet medium of heart-shaped fruits? This annual event features a car show, chili cook off, break dancing competition, and loads of entertainment and family-friendly activities.

Highline Performing Arts Center

The Highline Performing Arts Center hosts the Northwest Symphony Orchestra, award-winning musicals, and the Miss Washington contest.

The Local Hot Spots
+

There is, of course, a nearly limitless range of entertainment, cultural, shopping, and dining opportunities available a short ride away in the glittering Emerald City of Seattle. Even so, Burien stands tall in its own right. Hundreds of retail businesses, fantastic restaurants and coffee shops, gorgeous parks, and year-round events give residents a good reason to stay home. Here's a small sampling of what Burien has to offer:

Seahurst Park

This jewel of a park features a saltwater beach on Puget Sound and views of the Olympic Mountains and Vashon Island.

Downtown

Renovated in 2009, Burien's town center includes a vast array of local shops, restaurants, and hangouts. The streets are decidedly more pedestrian-friendly and encourage roving vendors. The street food in the area is as diverse as it is delicious.

Burien Farmers Market

Open from May through October, this local mainstay offers a veritable constellation of fresh local fruits, vegetables, baked products, and farm fresh goodies. Just don't wear your pro-GMO sweatshirt unless you're ready to be assaulted with overripe tomatoes.

Wild Strawberry Festival

Do you like the idea of celebrating community through the sensuously sweet medium of heart-shaped fruits? This annual event features a car show, chili cook off, break dancing competition, and loads of entertainment and family-friendly activities.

Highline Performing Arts Center

The Highline Performing Arts Center hosts the Northwest Symphony Orchestra, award-winning musicals, and the Miss Washington contest.