High Point is a neighborhood and master planned community in West Seattle in the area east of 35th Avenue between Juneau and Myrtle Street. High Point was given its name as the area has the highest elevation point in the city. What is unusual about High Point is that the community was completely redeveloped starting in 2003 into a new community with new housing, roads, utilities, infrastructure and community centers. High Point was originally built as government housing in the war era and was later converted to low-income housing. The neighborhood does not have a business district inside it but 35th Avenue has a moderate number of shops, businesses and restaurants along it. Housing in High Point is a mixture of primarily townhouses along with some condos and single family homes. Condos in High Point typically start around $300k while townhouses around $350k and size determines the pricing since ages are usually similar. The limited number of single family homes in High Point start around $375k with some new construction higher than that.