Shoreline Homes & Real Estate
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Within reach of Seattle, yet far enough away to be considered semi-rural, Shoreline's natural beauty, abundant resources and location were recognized by the first people to live in the area. Those same characteristics continue to describe Shoreline today. As with many of the Seattle Metropolitan area’s outlying cities, Shoreline grew alongside the introduction of major railways.
With the end of World War II came a tremendous demand for family housing. The late 1940s saw large housing developments, such as Ridgecrest, spring up seemingly overnight. Schools ran on double shifts as families with young children moved into the new homes. In the late 1940s, business leaders and residents began to see Shoreline as a unified region rather than scattered settlements concentrated at Interurban stops and railroad accesses.
In 1944, the name "Shoreline" was used for the first time to describe the school district. Coined by a student at the Lake City Elementary School, it defined a community which went from city line to county line and from the shore of Puget Sound to the shore of Lake Washington. It wasn’t until 1995 that Shoreline officially became a city being incorporated by King County. Today with almost 54,000 residents, Shoreline is Washington's 20th largest city.