Redmond

Welcome to Redmond

Centrally-located Seattle suburb that serves as the hub for several tech companies
 
Home to Microsoft and Nintendo headquarters, Redmond is a peaceful and laid-back suburban community. With a downtown area that maintains a small-town vibe, life here is never too hurried. Residents enjoy numerous perks of living in the city, including access to excellent schools, breathtaking parks, and a thriving shopping and dining scene.
 
On top of all of these benefits, Redmond offers tranquil residential neighborhoods that are family-friendly and community-focused. Roads running through these areas are unbelievably quiet and undisturbed. Most are lined with gorgeous, towering evergreens that help the landscape look even more appealing than it already does.
 

What to Love

  • Serene suburban neighborhoods
  • Home to Microsoft and Nintendo offices
  • Bustling downtown with a small-town feel
  • Minutes from Bellevue and Seattle
  • A multitude of parks and green spaces

Local Lifestyle

Thriving and full of beauty, Redmond has rapidly become a favorite place to live near Seattle. It is home to a population of 65,558 individuals and is located in King County. The area is situated approximately 15 miles northeast of Seattle, eight miles northeast of Bellevue, and four miles east of Kirkland. Residents enjoy being close to top tech employers (such as Nintendo and Microsoft), Lake Sammamish, highly-rated restaurants, outstanding public schools, and an array of other marvelous amenities.
 

Dining, Entertainment & Shopping

Exuding small-town appeal and charm, exploring all that Redmond offers is a delight for locals.
 
Upon relocating to the area, enjoy residing close to top-ranking restaurants that span every kind of cuisine. Ask anyone living in town, and they’ll recommend dining at places such as Matt’s Rotisserie & Oyster Lounge, Dough Zone Dumpling House, Redmond's Bar & Grill, Tipsy Cow Redmond, Village Square Cafe, Blu Sardinia, Zaucer Pizza (a sci-fi, retro-themed pizzeria), and The Stone House.
 
Redmond’s downtown is also the perfect spot for shopping. Redmond Town Center is one of the more popular complexes to frequent. Here, you can browse the latest arrivals at stores such as francesca’s, EVEREVE, White House Black Market, and Mac & Mabel. Nearby, run errands at national and regional chains such as Target, Safeway, Costco Wholesale, Fred Meyer, and Kohl’s.
 

Things to Do

Redmond is a wonderful spot to reside for those who enjoy filling their free time with amusement and leisure.
 
Want to get an up-close, behind-the-scenes look at Microsoft’s daily operations? The Microsoft Visitor Center delivers a fun and educational experience you won’t soon forget. Continue your day of fun minutes away at K1 Speed, which features indoor go-karting.
 
Prefer activities that are a bit more relaxed and laid-back? Redmond also boasts numerous outdoor spaces that are perfect for unwinding. A favorite among individuals of all ages, Marymoor Park features many amenities. Situated on Lake Sammamish, visitors can get out on the water, attend seasonal park concerts, take their pups to the off-leash dog park, and hike the Heron Loop Trail.
 

Schools

Parents are delighted by the top-tier selection of schools found throughout Redmond. Find out more about schools in the Lake Washington and Northshore School Districts here.
 

Read more about the city of Redmond here.

 

 

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