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Nestled in the heart of Pierce County, Puyallup is a charming city with a population of over 41,000. Known for its annual Washington State Fair, one of the largest fairs in the country, Puyallup is a bustling city with a rich cultural heritage. Its vibrant local economy, thriving downtown district, and high quality of life make it a prime location for residential and commercial real estate investment. The city’s diverse range of neighborhoods, from serene suburban areas to bustling commercial districts, presents a plethora of investment opportunities.
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A Real Estate Investor’s Guide to Puyallup
The City of Puyallup is situated at the foot of scenic Mount Rainier in the beautiful Puget Sound region 10 miles east of Tacoma and approximately 35 miles south of Seattle. It’s an easy commute on Sound Transit’s Sounder train to Tacoma, Seattle and many cities in between. In its early years, Puyallup was known for its hops, berries and flowers. Today many events, such as the Washington State Fair, the Daffodil Festival and Parade, and the Puyallup Farmers Market pay tribute to the city’s agricultural past. But there’s much more happening in Puyallup than meets the eye. Two regional retail centers in downtown and South Hill offer a variety of shopping and dining opportunities. Great parks, excellent K-12 schools, and a modern regional medical center are some of the amenities appreciated by residents and visitors alike.
The second most populous county in Washington state, Pierce County is home to more than 790,000 people. Named after U. S. President Franklin Pierce, Pierce County is home to Mount Rainier, a volcano, and the tallest mountain in the Cascade Range.
Puyallup is approximately 10 miles southeast of Tacoma and 35 miles south of Seattle. It is situated along the Puyallup River, which flows from Mount Rainier to Commencement Bay in Tacoma.
According to the United States Census Bureau, the city has a total area of 14.04 square miles, of which 13.93 square miles is land and 0.11 square miles is water, mainly consisting of the Puyallup River estuary. As it is bordered largely by unincorporated Pierce County, the closest neighbors include the city of Sumner to the northeast, Fife and Edgewood to the north, Tacoma to the northwest, Summit and Midland to the west, South Hill, Graham and Frederickson to the south, McMillin and Orting to the southeast, and Alderton to the east.
Puyallup has an unemployment rate of 6.6%. The US average is 6.0%.
Puyallup has seen the job market increase by 1.8% over the last year. Future job growth over the next ten years is predicted to be 42.9%, which is higher than the US average of 33.5%.
Puyallup is located at the intersection of State Route 167 and State Route 512, with freeway access to Lakewood and the Green River Valley. The city is also served by Pierce Transit buses and Sounder commuter rail at Puyallup station.
The city is located near the Pierce County Airport (KPLU), a small municipal airport in South Hill.
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