Welcome to Rainier Vista and Columbia City!
Glad you’re here! Rainier Vista has been attracting a lot of attention as one of Seattle’s best places to live. Phase 1 is nearly complete and is now a dynamic, exciting neighborhood. New homes are now available in Phase 2. We invite you to tour our website where you will find sections to tell you more about Rainier Vista, including many pages devoted to Columbia City and the Rainier Valley. Of course, we feature our homebuilders and their exciting collections of new homes and townhomes. After you spend some time here, we hope you come pay us a visit in person. If you are in the market for a new home, don’t miss out on one of the area’s best new home opportunities in our new Phase 2.
Rainier Vista has been built from the ground up as a master-planned community, offering homeowners and residents safe and walkable streets, parks and playgrounds, and many community services. Read More >>
Talk about Freedom! At Rainier Vista, you can lose your car. From this transit-oriented development, you’ll find many ways to be connected. Right outside the doorstep of your new home, is the Columbia City LINK Light Rail Station. In and around Rainier Vista, new shopping and services are in place, with more coming soon. Plus, it’s an easy walk to Columbia City and all it has to offer.
The vibrant Columbia City neighborhood is just a short walk from Rainier Vista. Long known for its history of great restaurants, quaint shops and magical diversity, Columbia City is writing a new chapter. You’ll find new and unusual places to explore on each and every visit. Nearby outdoor recreational attractions include Lake Washington, Seward Park and Jefferson Golf Course.
At Rainier Vista, our builders are on the cutting edge of new design concepts that include sustainable building design and construction. Materials, finishes and structural innovations contribute to some of the most exciting home designs you can find in the more affordable price ranges that are being offered here. Read more >>
Starting in the laste 1880s, the Rainier Valley Neighborhood of Southeast Seattle attracted both settlers and immigrants who were newly arrived and looking for a bright future. Read more >>