Since their incorporation in 1993, Burien, a 100-year-old community with a rich heritage, has been busy defining and redesigning itself as a vibrant King County city. The citizens see the City of Burien as a friendly community with well-established neighborhoods and a small-town atmosphere.
Town Square - Grab the morning paper and a latte at the Burien Press. Do some tai chi in the park, pick up some gifts, have a spa treatment, meet friends at Mick Kelly’s for Irish stew, or just spend the day at the county’s newest and largest library all without ever getting in your car. Burien Town Square is a unique residential and retail community that puts life right outside your door.
Gregory Heights– With a newer elementary school and a private summertime swimming club you can see why any family would be excited to be living here. Gregory Heights is quiet neighborhood that makes you feel safe as you take your evening walk with the kids. Just a few miles from downtown Burien and easy commute to the I-5 or 405 interchange Gregory Heights is a fun family oriented place to live.
Seahurst– Is boasting with pride and beauty, from its hidden gems like Eagles Landing to it crown jewel like Seahurst Park. Seahurst offers a newer elementary school and several community parks. Seconds from downtown Burien and the new sound transit center make Seahurst the commuters dream place to live.
Three Tree Point– Located on the west side of the city on a quiet hillside overlooking Puget Sound, you'll be greeted by spectacular panoramic views of majestic Mount Rainier and the regal Olympic Mountains. There are two shoreline parks and a beautiful historic walking trail to enjoy.
Shorewood– This waterfront and water view community is secretly tucked away on the northwest tip of Burien. With its panoramic views of Puget Sound and the Olympic Mountain’s this hillside community is a quiet little piece of heaven. Shorewood elementary was just recently completed making this a very family oriented place to be, but still only a few miles to the 509 interchange.
Boulevard Park – With boarders from hwy 599 to Arbor Heights & 128th to 110ththis community is very up and coming, with its easy commute to Seattle and SeaTac Airport, two private golf courses (Glen Acres Golf and Country club [Seattle University home course] and Rainier Golf and Country Club) and its abundance of parks just one drive through and you can see why this neighborhood is soon up and coming.