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Kirkland WA TidbitsBecause Kirkland is considered a suburb of Seattle, it's one of the biggest cities in King County. Kirkland is ranked 6th most populated city in the state and its latest population estimate according to the 2017 census was 88,630 residents.
Costco, a chain of warehouse clubs, had its main headquarters in Kirkland. While the company now transferred to Issaquah, Costco retained its "Kirkland Signature" brand. Aside from that, Kirkland has numerous collection of art pieces, specifically sculptures. Arts and culture is evident throughout the city because of its performing arts center, and art galleries.
The city's history started when Native Americans first settled in the area, but development prospered when English families built homes during the 1860s. More people settled along an area called Juanita Bay, which is roughly four miles to the north. A decade after, the Curtis family showed up, and the French family followed. In 1876, the Forbes family settled on what is now known as Juanita Beach Park.
In 1886, a British businessman named Peter Kirk migrated to Washington after learning about the abundance of iron deposits. The materials needed for his steel smelting business were easily attainable in the region. Moreover, the nearby city of Newcastle has coalmines, which is the fuel source for steel production.
Peter Kirk also saw the town's potential as a freshwater port. Unfortunately, he is not a U.S. citizen and so he could not purchase an acreage that's near the water. Kirk decided to collaborate with an American businessman named Leigh S. J. Hunt to purchase the needed real estate property.
Under their partnership, they were able to purchase properties and started the Kirkland Land and Development Company. In 1888, the city of Kirkland was founded and it was one of the oldest cities in King County along with Auburn and Seattle.
However, railway companies rejected Kirk's plans to construct a rail line near the lake's shore. Kirk was facing financial difficulties and he was losing his investors. In spite experiencing numerous obstacles, Kirk continued with his original plan. However, his steel mill expansion business shut down without generating any steel.
In 1905, Kirkland was officially incorporated with a meager population of only 532 people. From producing steel, the city shifted to constructing ferries. Leschi was the name of the first ferry to transport people and vehicles on Lake Washington. On December 27, 1913, the wooden ferry to transferred people from the Eastside to Madison Park and vice versa.
When the Lake Washington bridge was constructed in 1940, the ferry service became pointless. In the succeeding years, the city switched to the wool milling business and to the warship manufacturing. Kirkland's wool mill was the main producer of wool products for the U.S. military and prospectors.
Now, visitors converge to see Kirkland's myriad of waterfront parks on Lake Washington. One famous tourist attraction in the city is the Juanita Beach Park. It is connected by hiking trails that's open until sunset. Kirkland is also home to multiple neighborhood parks such as the Saint Edward State Park, and Bridle Trails State Park.
Kirkland also attracted tourists through its annual Kirkland Concours d'Elegance. The city brought together classic automobiles from all over the country until 2011. There's also the Kirkland Performance Center and the The Kirkland Arts Center that administer workshops, art classes, and galleries.