Redmond

An outdoor enthusiast's dream come true.

Welcome to Redmond 

Located in King County, just 15 miles from the heart of Seattle, Washington, is Redmond, a well-planned community known for its striking forests and waterfront views. Considered one of the best small towns in America for its rich culture, vibrant dining and shopping scene, and affluent, well-maintained residential neighborhoods, Redmond offers idyllic living. Homes in a variety of architectural styles are nestled inside spacious properties with stunning views of Washington’s natural beauty, making Redmond a highly desirable area in the Seattle area’s thriving real estate market. 

What to Love 

  • High quality of life
  • Numerous parks and trails
  • Fantastic shopping and dining experiences

Local Lifestyle 

Redmond is an urban city boasting great food, premier shopping experiences, and a welcoming atmosphere. Its commercial districts are home to world-class companies like Microsoft and Nintendo of America, as well as locally-owned businesses and national retailers. Considered the Bicycle Capital of the Northwest for its well-maintained sidewalks, streets, and trails, locals appreciate the area’s ample green spaces and cyclist-friendly destinations with daily visits to nearby parks and outdoor landmarks. 

Dining, Entertainment & Shopping 

Redmond Town Center’s mixed-use development and shopping center contains over 120 stores, 20 restaurants, three luxury hotels, and more, making this a one-stop destination for shopping and dining. 

Enjoy Southern-inspired American cuisine at Pomegranate Bistro, a chic eatery in the heart of Redmond. Postdoc Brewing Company’s award-winning taproom is located next to Marymoor Park and boasts a wide selection of ale and food trucks. Locally-sourced New American fare is found in a contemporary setting at Woodblock, a longtime local favorite on Cleveland Street. 

Things to Do 

Listen to incredible live music performances at Marymoor Park, an open-air venue home to various food trucks and Redmond’s highly-anticipated summer concert series. Hike or bike the Bridle Crest Trail, which connects to Marymoor Park and offers incredible views of Mother Nature. 

Attend any one of Redmond’s famous festivals and events. Derby Day’s free festivities celebrate summer with food and craft vendors, live music, parades, a bicycle criterium, and more. Get into the festive spirit with Redmond Lights, which transforms its downtown area into a month-long celebration of art, cuisine, and music. 

Schools 

The Lake Washington School District serves the community of Redmond. 

 
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