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Issaquah Highlands is a planned community and mixed-use neighborhood in Issaquah, a suburb of Seattle, Washington, United States. The neighborhood, located northeast of downtown Issaquah at Grand Ridge on the Sammamish Plateau, was planned in the New Urbanism style and opened in 1998 after a decade of planning and construction.
The Issaquah Highlands occupy 2,200 acres , of which 490 acres are incorporated into the city and 1,520 acres are preserved as public open space. It plans to have approximately 3,250 residential units, 2.95 million square feet of commercial space, and 425,000 square feet of retail space upon full build-out. The neighborhood has an approximate population of 9,000 people as of 2015.
The Pine Lake Plateau, like most of the Eastside region, was a productive coal harvesting area in the early 20th century. The Grand Ridge Mine, located north of Issaquah at the future site of the Issaquah Highlands, was in operation from 1909 to 1934 and sporadically produced coal until its full closure in the 1950s.The heavily-forested area was partially turned into an undeveloped park by the King County government in the 1960s,and was sought after as a site for suburban development in the late 1970s.