Prime Outlets at Burlington
448 Fashion Way, Burlington
Monday-Saturday 10am-9pm; Sunday 10am-7pm
Just 65 miles north of Seattle and 45 miles south of the Canadian Border, Prime Outlets - Burlington is the place for outlet shopping with 32 great stores and great brand names like Coach, Gap Outlet and Eddie Bauer Outlet. Don’t leave the area without visiting other area attractions and events including the annual Tulip Festival in April.
Centralia Factory Outlets
Both sides of I-5 Exit 82
Monday-Saturday, 9am-8pm; Sunday, 10am-7pm
The Centralia Outlets are the Northwest’s original outlet shopping destination with 28 stores including Dress Barn, Eddie Bauer, Helly Hansen, Lane Bryant, Nike, Van Heusen and Samsonite.
Edmonds boasts a number of unique boutique shops that carry a vast array of items including clothing, house wares, jewelry, books, artwork, handcrafted items and toys. Old Milltown, also located in downtown Edmonds, is a turn of the century shop complex and is home to several antique shops. Quaint main streets spoke from a central fountain, European style. Promenading the circle, stroll past cafes with summertime outdoor tables, art galleries, gift shops, antique shops and bookstores. Spend the day in this very walkable community, where people still greet in passing. Festivals entertain all summer, Sunday concerts in the Park. Enjoy the farmers market, our own symphony, ballet companies, two performance theatres, art center, historical society and museum. You can walk the beach, bird watch, take a ferry ride or simply ponder the sunset. Later, choose a B&B, waterfront, or an easy freeway access hotel.
1402 SE Everett Mall Way, Everett
The Everett Mall was constructed and opened in 1974 and is one of the historical retail anchors for Snohomish County. This one level enclosed regional shopping center has over 672,000 square feet of retail space. The Mall is anchored by three major tenants, Macy’s, Mervyn’s and Sears. In addition there are over 110 specialty tenants which are complimented by 12 food court tenants.
The Commons at Federal Way
1928 S Commons, Federal Way
Monday-Saturday, 10AM - 9PM; Sunday 11AM - 6PM
The Commons at Federal Way is located 15 miles south of downtown Seattle, between Tukwila and Tacoma. A smaller, friendlier local mall that is less intimidating than the majors, it is located along South 320th Street, which is among the busiest streets in the state. It has some 100 plus businesses including Sears, Macy’s, Target, Borders and Century Theaters, Red Robin and Applebees.
Gig Harbor Shopping
Welcome to Gig Harbor, Washington’s Maritime Village! As the first destination on the Kitsap Peninsula after crossing the Narrows Bridge, this quaint Maritime Village is a favorite destination for people all over the world. This is a city that has preserved its history but also has many events that make this a vibrant community with incredible scenery, galleries, upscale shops, restaurants, beautiful gardens and many recreational activities. We are truly a “Healthy Harbor” in environment, community and residents. Come to Gig Harbor and see for yourself why our residents say they want to live here forever!
317 N.W. Gilman Blvd, Issaquah
You’ve never been to a place quite like Gilman Village. It all began in 1972 when Marvin and Ruth Mohl started saving unwanted buildings from around the old farming and mining town of Issaquah, just east of Seattle. They renovated and combined them into an attractive retail area in a park-like setting. Their goal was to create a haven for independent shops and restaurants.
In saving the buildings, the idea was to honor the character and ambiance of the old community rather than to create a museum. Still, the buildings that house the shops and restaurants of Gilman Village represent a significant portion of Issaquah’s history.
A quarter century later, the 40-plus shops and restaurants that make up Gilman Village constitute one of Puget Sound’s best known and most distinctive shopping destinations. It has become a Seattle-Eastside specialty shopping landmark with more than 40 shops and restaurants. Home stores include furniture, kitchen, garden, bed and bath linens, and accessories. Fashion stores include women’s and men’s clothing, shoes, leather, jewelry and accessories. Restaurants feature BBQ, Italian, Greek, American and Indian cuisine.
4th Avenue North & West James Street , Kent
It is an 18-acre development - 30,000 square foot civic plaza - mixed use urban village – office, retail, entertainment and has an education component, too!, Kent Station was designed as a contemporary urban village and includes a state of the art, 14-screen AMC Theatre, a branch campus of Green River Community College, Coldwater Creek, Chico’s, J. Jill and White House, Black Market, Panera Bread Co, Butterfly Salon & Spa, See’s Candies and Road Runner Sports. Additional phases of development, including residential living, are currently being designed.