Soon to be at the
center of it all.

Lynnwood will soon be at the center of it all – close to Seattle and the North Sound’s major commercial centers, the water and mountain recreation. Why? The Lynnwood Transit Center is one of the busiest transit centers in the region, and with Link Light Rail coming in 2024, Northline Village will help make the Lynnwood City Center the premiere destination to live, work, and play.

You’ll find the City Center just northwest of I-5, between the Transit Center and Convention Center—a gateway to the city. The current Lynnwood Square shopping center is the nexus of the City Center, poised for an urban redevelopment to a hub of retail, office, and residential spaces, designed to connect with transit and open space. Help us reimagine Lynnwood Square as Northline Village!

20,000 transit riders
by 2024

28 reliable minutes
from downtown Seattle

Proximity to I-5 and

15 minutes from Paine Field in Everett —now offering commercial flights

Bringing a
vision to life.

The City of Lynnwood set the stage for the Lynnwood Square redevelopment through the City Center Sub Area Plan and Planned Action Ordinance. We will embrace the City’s goals and vision with:

  • high quality, urban development
  • mid-rise, mixed-use neighborhoods
  • vibrant retail streets
  • a network of open spaces and sidewalks
Learn more about how the City of Lynnwood has created a vision for the City Center through Lynnwood’s City Center Plans site.

We’re good

We’re Merlone Geier Partners (MGP), pleased to meet you (but you may know us already). We own and operate retail properties in the Pacific Northwest and down the west coast—including the Lake Forest Park Town Center, Shoreline Marketplace, and Shoreline Place. We are committed to supporting the vision outlined in the City Center Sub Area Plan and Planned Action Ordinance, and meeting the needs of the Lynnwood community now and into the future. For us, that means making sure City Center becomes a place for everyone, in the center of it all.