Burlington, Washington

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Burlington is a city in Skagit County, Washington, United States. The population was 6,757 at the 2000 census. It is included in the Mount Vernon-Anacortes, Washington Metropolitan Statistical Area.



Burlington was officially incorporated on June 16, 1902. Burlington is locally famous for its proliferation of shopping malls and for having some of the best youth sports fields in Washington. Burlington's main business used to be on Fairhaven St. Now it is a gathering for the whole town in the summer for the annual Berry Dairy Days. Recently, the town has received a new Library building and City Hall.

Cascade Mall

Burlington is home to Cascade Mall, a shopping mall located in the heart of the Skagit Valley. It is an enclosed, single-level 585,362 sq ft (54,382 m2). regional shopping center in Burlington, 60 miles (97 km) north of Seattle. Cascade Mall opened in the fall of 1989, during a time-period where the city of Burlington was credited by the Wall Street Journal as one of the fastest growing and best investment opportunities of small towns in the United States.[citation needed] The mall is situated near the interchange of Interstate 5 and State Route 20. The mall is owned and managed by The Macerich Company and local management is headed by property manager Taylor Long.

Notable locals

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