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The Highlands is a cooperative community The Highlands Commons in Shoreline, Washington, United States, 12 miles north of Downtown Seattle. The community borders the Seattle neighborhood of Broadview at northern edge of the Seattle city limits. The neighborhood has been the home to the Boeing, Nordstrom, Pigott and Stimson families. Access to the community is through a security gate which is west of North 145th Street and Greenwood Avenue North.
Originally developed in 1907 by the Olmsted Brothers, The Highlands sits 450 feet above Puget Sound. Prior to the homes being built, tracts in the development were distributed during a draw from a hat. Originally the neighborhood consisted of 50 tracts, currently there are 112 lots and 66 acres set aside for reservation or park property. Businessman Horace Chapin Henry was an original tract owner and donated the Florence Henry Memorial Chapel, which was built in 1911 and is now a part of St. Dunstan's Church of the Highlands Parish, Shoreline, Washington.