Looking for a city on the rise in Washington State? A place where you’ll enjoy living, working, and being a member of the community? Look no further than Maple Valley, one of the fastest-growing areas in Washington state.
Business is booming
The average unemployment rate for the United States was 3.7% as of 2019. In Maple Valley, it’s 3.2%. Residents can find careers in manufacturing, retail, education, healthcare, tech, and many more industries in Maple Valley. The city has seen the job market increase by 2.6% over the last year in 2019, while the U.S. job market only increased by 1.6%.
New residents are flocking to Maple Valley
At the 2010 census, there were approximately 22,600 residents living in Maple Valley. That number rose to an estimated 27,100 as of 2018. The population boom is likely due to the number of jobs available, but there are other factors enticing residents to move to Maple Valley.
Maple Valley has been named one of the safest cities in Washington by both ValuePenguin and SafeWise. It’s also been named the best towns for families and raising kids by Family Circle Magazine, Businessweek Magazine, and NerdWallet. Ready to own your first home? NerdWallet named Maple Valley one of the top five places in Washington for homeownership. Maple Valley has been awarded numerous times thanks to its low crime, area growth, affordability, and family-friendly culture.
There’s plenty to see and do in Maple Valley
Washington is already known for its natural beauty, and Maple Valley is a perfect example of what the state has to offer. Residents can enjoy the preserved forestland, prime shoreline, and winding walking paths in Lake Wilderness Park. Plus, the Lake Wilderness Arboretum in the park is a unique experience for any nature lover, with over 40 acres of native forest, cultivated gardens, and botanical collections.
The Maple Valley community often holds annual events in Lake Wilderness Park, like music festivals, fireworks celebrations, family concerts, and outdoor movies. Maple Valley Days has been celebrating the community for 70 years with parades, carnival rides, food, vendors, and entertainment.
Close to Seattle and Bellevue
One of the best things about Maple Valley is its proximity to Seattle and Bellevue. There’s no need to live and work in the big cities, where you’ll deal with the constant noise, traffic, and lack of space. Residents who work in Seattle or Bellevue can commute to their jobs and come home to the peace and quiet of Maple Valley, just half an hour away.
And for business owners looking to expand or relocate to the area, there are so many great office spaces and properties available! Maple Valley Park Place is a one-of-a-kind property that offers office and warehouse space.
Learn more about our available spaces and how Maple Valley Park Place can help your business grow just as much as Maple Valley itself.