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Downtown Revitalization
Recent Upgrades
Burien's enhancement of its downtown business area in 2003 has won a loyal following for this Southwest 152nd St. commercial district. The reconstruction improved the main street's safety and ambiance with more crosswalks, parking, landscaping, benches, and public art.

About Downtown Burien
Downtown Burien serves the entire south Seattle and southwestern King County areas. A retail center for more than 70 years, Old Burien at downtown's west end offers distinctive merchandise and shops.

The community enthusiastically frequents the upgraded retail area for shopping, major community festivals, and artwalks.

Organizations Working to Revitalize Downtown Burien
  • The Economic Development Program: directs activities to enhance economic development and is responsible for the recommendation and implementation of policies, programs and procedures that accomplish the City Council's goals and objectives
  • Discover Burien Association: a non-profit team of merchants, property owners, hospital administrators, School Board members, art groups, the City of Burien, the Port of Seattle and the Chamber of Commerce; The Association's mission is to create a vital, inviting Downtown Burien and other commercial areas that will promote quality business, cultural, and community growth
  • The Burien Business and Economic Development Partnership: a 14-member board of Burien residents, business owners and operators, appointed by the Burien City Council to study and promote economic growth for the City of Burien

400 SW 152nd St, Suite 300  /  Burien, WA 98166  /  Ph: (206) 241-4647  /  Fax: (206) 248-5539
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