The Cedar Park neighborhood in the far north east reaches of Seattle is small neighborhood that was named for the large stands of forest and cedar trees which occupy the area which was originally owned by a lumber company. In its early years Cedar Park was developed slowly and primarily had vacation cabins on the shores of Lake Washington. After the war ended development increased and the bulk of the single family homes in the area were built between 1950 and 1970. There are no business districts inside the Cedar Park neighborhood although Lake City Way, which creates the western border of the neighborhood has a large number of shops, restaurants and business along it. The majority of housing in Cedar Park is single family although there are also a number of condos and townhouses as well. Most of the houses start around $450k although those close to or on the waterfront command price points over $1m.