Centralized Location, Thriving Industry, and Heritage
Bordering Kent to the South, Auburn has many of the same qualities that make us love Kent!
While having a few key differences that make it stand out from its neighbors.
All while strengthening the economy of South King County as a whole.
Similar to Kent, Auburn's centralized location gives businesses a strategic advantage. Being 30 minutes from Seattle, Tacoma, Bellevue, and most of Pierce County allows businesses to attract clients from all over the area.
Auburn also offers a much more reasonable commute for employees than downtown Seattle or Tacoma with multiple highways in and around the city.
Interstate 5, Highway 167, and Highway 18 are all easily accessible. No matter if you want more traffic for a business, easy routes for your product to be transported, or simply an easier commute Auburn has an ideal location!
Growing Business Environment
Commercial attractions featuring Auto-Row and the Seattle Outlet Collection (Formerly The Supermall) make Auburn a consumer destination.
Auto-Row is home to over two dozen car dealers of all makes, models, and styles. The Seattle Outlet Collection has stores selling all sorts of retail goods.
With multiple railroads and highway proximity Auburn is home to a bustling and rapidly growing industrial sector. Auburn is also home to an expanding aerospace industry. Multiple startups are located within a few miles of Boeing's fabrication plant.
Job growth is set to beat the estimated average across the United States over the next decade.
Auburn is home to a large amount of Slavic descendants. Combined with nearly 30% of residents speaking Spanish, make the community quite diverse.
The Muckleshoot Native American Tribe also calls the area home. An economic force in their own right, with one of the largest Casinos in the Pacific Northwest.
Residents of all nationalities and variety of local industries mean a city of opportunity for people of all backgrounds.