ok Nous utilisons des cookies sur notre site pour vous permettre le meilleur service possible. Plus d'informations peuvent être trouvées ici.


About Tacoma

202 010 dans la ville
4 158 253 dans laire urbaine
129 km² (50 mi²)
116 m
Tacoma was founded in 1864, incorporated in 1872, moved four miles to present location in 1880, and reincorporated in 1884. Washington's third largest city and seat of Pierce County. Gateway to Mount Rainier National Park (natives called it Tahoma) and a very busy seaport, Tacoma refers to itself as "The City of Destiny." Strategically it is key to the US military with Fort Lewis and McChord Air Force Base nearby. Tacoma is renewing itself like many cities and has restored much of its central district, added world class museums, urban housing, and a light rail system. Today, citizens are justifiably proud of their "All-America City." Pierce County is the second most populous county in Washington State.

Région métropolitaine

Allyn, Anacortes, Anderson Island, Arlington, Ashford, Auburn, Bainbridge Island, Bangor, Baring, Bellevue, Black Diamond, Bonney Lake, Bothell, Bow, Bremerton, Bucoda, Burien, Burley, Burlington, Burton, Camano, Camp Murray, Carbonado, Carnation, Cascade-Fairwood, Cathcart, Cedar Falls, Clearlake, Clyde Hill, Concrete, Conway, Cottage Lake, Coupeville, Des Moines, Dupont, East Olympia, East Renton Highlands, Edmonds, Elk Plain, Enumclaw, Everett, Fall City, Federal Way, Fife, Fircrest, Fox Island, Gig Harbor, Gold Bar, Graham, Granite Falls, Greenbank, Hamilton, Hansville, Hobart, Hunts Point, Index, Indianola, Inglewood - Finn Hill, Issaquah, Kapowsin, Kenmore, Kent, Keyport, Kingston, Kirkland, La Conner, La Grande, Lacey, Lake Forest Park, Lake Stevens, Lakebay, Lakeland, Lakewood, Langley, Lea Hill, Littlerock, Lochsloy, Longbranch, Longmire, Lyman, Lynnwood, Manchester, Maple Valley, Marblemount, Marysville, McKenna, Medina, Mercer Island, Mill Creek, Milton, Monroe, Mount Vernon, Mountlake Terrace, Mukilteo, Newcastle, Normandy Park, North Bend, Oak Harbor, Olalla, Olympia, Orting, Pacific, Parkland, Port Gamble, Port Orchard, Poulsbo, Puyallup, Quil Ceda Village, Rainier, Ravensdale, Redmond, Renton, Retsil, Rockport, Rollingbay, Roy, Ruston, Sammamish, Seabeck, SeaTac, Seattle, Sedro Woolley, Shelton, Shoreline, Silvana, Silver Firs, Silverdale, WA, Skykomish, Snohomish, Snoqualmie, South Colby, South Hill, South Prairie, Southworth, Spanaway, Stanwood, Startup, Steilacoom, Sultan, Summit, Sumner, Suquamish, Tacoma, Tenino, Tracyton, Tukwila, Tulalip, Tumwater, University Place, Vashon, Vaughn, Waller, Wauna, West Lake Stevens, White Center, Wilkeson, Woodinville, WA, Woods Creek, Woodway, Yarrow Point, Yelm

Nombre de bâtiments

No. Current status
180 Tous les bâtiments
jamais construit

Bâtiments les plus hauts

# Bâtiment Hauteur Année
1 Wells Fargo Plaza 338 ft 1970
2 Marriott Seattle Tacoma 264 ft 2020
3 Hotel Murano 245 ft 1984
4 Washington Building 237 ft 1925
5 Tacoma Municipal Building 233 ft 1931