Moving into a Northwest Spring Glen apartment for rent is a great way to situate you and your family into a suburban environment whose laidback atmosphere is complemented by the nearby areas of commerce, busy thoroughfares and various industries.
If you're a commuter, getting to work will be easy, with Interstate 405 and Route 167 right in the vicinity of your new Northwest Spring Glen apartment. Before you hop on the highway though, you can drop your little ones off at school at the highly-rated Cascade Elementary School on 116th Avenue.
To get in shape for the upcoming fall, you can head to King Crossfit on Lind Avenue where you can engage in the newest fitness trend that combines strength and endurance and an overall sense of community.
If you and your family are Christian, there are myriad churches just a short drive away, notably Renton Park Chapel Evangelical, Emmanuel Orthodox Presbyterian and Fairwood Church. If you want your little ones to attend a school that aligns with your faith, you can send them to the closeby Cross and Crown Christian Preschool.
Meeting your new neighbors will not be hard to do with the great venues for recreation in the area. Talbot Hill Park is a beautiful open area with well-kept grass, perfect for playing catch on with the little ones or perhaps laying around and gazing at the Northwest sky. If you want a retreat from the sun, there are a small cluster of trees in the center of the park where you can hang out in the shade and indulge in a book.
You may want to head into Seattle to see what the burgeoning metropolis has to offer. While the highways will provide a quick entrance, you can opt of public transit, and take the nearby Takwila Amtrak.
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