Sitting to the southeast of Lake Washington, Renton has plenty for residents to do and see. From the shoreline, residents enjoy the sights of Mount Rainier, the Cascades, and the Olympics. With Cedar River running through the center of downtown, there is plenty of natural scenery. 68 acres of dining, retail, and entertainment options at The Landing provide residents a one-stop opportunity for a night out on the town. This "Urban Village" is newly constructed and near Boeing and Lake Washington for easy access. The Gene Coulon Memorial Beach Park brings water activities and city entertainment together, hosting Clam Lights, Kids Fishing Derbies, and Kidd Valley Summer Concert Series. A swimming area to escape the summer heat, 1.5 miles of trails, and a fishing pier is available for a weekend of relaxation.

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Located just 11 miles south of Seattle, Renton, Washington is booming with manufacturing and technology, while preserving its historic feel. Small family homes make up most of the available housing throughout the 26 neighborhoods. Many newly-constructed condominiums can be found, as well, for those looking for a second home or something a little smaller. Home prices in Renton are among the highest in Washington and the country.

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