Pinnacle on Lake Washington

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Renton, WA Neighborhood Information

Settle into serenity with an apartment in Renton. Known as one of the most livable communities in King County, Renton provides magnificent scenery, waterfront access, top-level schooling, and exciting career prospects. Land a dream job with Boeing or explore countless opportunities in Seattle. After work, let your work worries disappear while taking in the dramatic views of the Cascades and Mount Rainier, toasting to the good life in one of downtown’s many bars and restaurants, or shopping and dining at The Landing. Renton is beautiful, inspiring, and ready for you to make it your home.

Neighborhood Highlights

Splish Splash

Spend your summer days at the Henry Moses Aquatic Center and enjoy 15 water features, a six-lane lap pool, a lazy river, a wave pool, and two 26-foot water slides.

Connected Community

Check out The Piazza in downtown Renton, home to the area’s farmer’s market, many seasonal festivities, and events devoted to enhancing community spirit.

Music Appreciation

Visit the final resting place of Jimmy Hendrix, one of the most renowned guitar players of all time, then continue your music pilgrimage to the Museum of Pop Culture in Seattle.

Specialty Retail

Renton is home to the only Fry’s Electronics and IKEA locations in the state of Washington—try not to get lost in these giant retail destinations.

City Center

The Landing, a newly developed area of Renton, is a hub for dining, shopping, and entertainment.

Fine Fare

Local favorite, Melrose Grill, is a steakhouse set in a 1901historic building that still features its original bar.

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