Northeast Tacoma AKA The "NET" is a neighborhood in Tacoma, Washington.
The generally accepted borders of Northeast Tacoma are the Port of Tacoma to the southwest, the unincorporated Fife Heights area to the southeast, the end of incorporated Tacoma at the Browns Point border to the northwest, and theKing County border to the northeast.
Due to the separation from the main part of the city by the Port of Tacoma area, Northeast Tacoma is the most suburban and isolated neighborhood of Tacoma. Development has increased substantially in the past few decades, causing Northeast Tacoma to account for a great deal of Tacoma's growth during this period. Northeast Tacoma is also the most affluent area of Tacoma, although parts of the north end have surpassed the area in recent years. Many homes in the area have views, partially owing to the hilly terrain. Indian Hill is, at 530 feet above sea level, the highest point in incorporated Tacoma.
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Updated: 20th November, 2018 3:40 AM.