Information about the neighborhood around our senior living community in RentonNeighborhood

In addition to it's unparalleled location on the campus of Valley Medical Center, Chateau Valley Center is located within easy reach of Southcenter Shopping Mall, Kent, Renton and Sea Tac airport. Chateau Valley Center draws a rich array of residents, many of whom are Boeing retirees or other retired aviation and aeronautics professionals. Independent Living in Renton, WA has never been more rewarding and fun. There is a strong and rich sense of community here - come discover it for yourself!

Chateau Valley Center

(425) 243-9924

4450 Davis Avenue South Renton, WA 98055

Renton Historical Museum

Travel back to Renton’s industrial, civic, and cultural past while exploring their extensive collections and photographs from Renton’s early days!

The Landing in Renton

Enjoy outdoor shopping, dining, and entertainment like never before. A 68 acre urban village, the Landing is located in the magnificent South Lake Washington neighborhood.

Cedar River Trail Park

Stretching 4.5 miles on 24 acres, this park is a great place to spend an afternoon. The park offers picnic areas, a non-motorized boat launch, and spectacular views of Lake Washington.

Black River Riparian Forest and Wetland

A piece of nature within the city and a bird watchers dream. Black River Riparian Forest and Wetland is an intricate ecosystem and home to one of the largest Blue Heron colonies in the region.

Maplewood Golf Course

Featuring tree-lined fairways and firm, fast greens, this 72 par course is challenging and fun.

Renton Senior Activity Center

Serving adults age 50 and over, the Renton Senior Activity Center offers free social and health services along with several recreational activities.

Renton Community Center

Featuring a large fitness room, gym, and several leisure classes, there is something here for everyone!

Lake Wilderness Arboretum

Located in Maple Valley, this 40 acre arboretum focuses on native Northwest plants and features one of the worlds largest collections of Western Azalea.