EXPLORE TALUS & ISSAQUAH

THINGS TO KNOW

The Issaquah community derived its name from a local Native American whose name meant "the sound of birds." Coal was discovered in the area in 1862. The mining of coal increased after the railroad arrived in the city in the late 1880s, and Issaquah was officially incorporated on April 29, 1892.

Once a sleepy mining and farming community, Issaquah has become one of the fastest growing communities in Washington. The city is full of exciting attractions for all types of lifestyles, including the Historic Old Towne and Front Street, Lake Sammamish State Park, Gilman Town Hall, Cougar Mountain Zoological Park, Issaquah Depot Museum, Newcastle Beach Park, Museum of Flight, and the always popular Salmon Days.

Issaquah living provides the best in the Seattle metropolitan area with access to the outdoors, a historic downtown, excellent schools, and so much more.

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In addition to the coveted Talus neighborhood and historic Old Towne’s offerings, Panorama is close to all the best on the eastside and beyond. Just a quick, 15 minute drive gets you to Microsoft, Redmond, and Bellevue. Heading to downtown Seattle? Hop on I-90 and take a straight shot to downtown in no time. If living in Washington means outdoor activities to you, great skiing and snowshoeing options are just a 30 minue drive to Snoqualmie. Whether its work or adventure, Panorama and its surroundings are the launchpad for all the best in the Pacific Northwest.

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