Monroe Washington is located about 45 minutes from downtown Seattle in Snohomish County at the confluence of the Skykomish, Snohomish, and Snoqualmie River is in the Cascade foothills. It’s home to about 19,000 residents and continues to grow every year. Monroe saw a ton of growth in the 21st century from 2000 to 2010 as many large strip malls and major retailers have built new complexes along Highway two, the main thoroughfare through Monroe Washington. Because of this, the residential areas have greatly expanded. The old part of Monroe sits on Main Street away from the busy highway and has preserved much of its small town character. You’re likely to see trains passing through their town or skiers heading up to the mountain passes.
Because of its unique growth, Monroe is a hot spot for commercial properties, multi-family apartment complexes and businesses. Whether it’s an espresso stand on Highway two, one of the most popular stretches of highway from I-5 to the mountain, or any other type of business or restaurants throughout Monroe, chances are, that business will thrive. There are so many people coming to and from the Monroe area and with the Evergreen State fair being headquartered in Monroe, summer is an extremely popular time for tourists, guests, and locals.
If you’re considering looking into Monroe as a potential commercial real estate investment there are literally dozens of opportunities. Because we are starting to expand out from Monroe there are plots of land, great subdivisions and developments just waiting to be built, and a wide range of residents moving from the Seattle area out to Monroe. It’s beautiful scenery, affordable living, and just 30 to 40 minutes from downtown Seattle make Monroe an ideal place for many commuters.
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