Bellevue

Escape to the clean, green, wildly sophisticated frontier of Bellevue, Washington and the Pacific Northwest. Nestled between two mountain ranges on the shores of Lake Washington, Bellevue is just 9 miles east of Seattle and 17 miles from Seattle-Tacoma International Airport. Bellevue boasts the most upscale shopping experience on the West Coast, north of San Francisco. Safe and easily accessible, downtown is a vibrant fusion of hotels, restaurants, nightclubs, culture, recreation and the convention center all in about six square city blocks.

 

Bellevue is the fifth largest city in Washington, U.S. It is the high-tech and retail center of the Eastside. During the holiday season, the Garden d’Lights display at the Bellevue Botanical Garden attracts visitors from far and wide.

All you need to know about Bellevue, Washington

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Crossroads Mall

One of the features of East Bellevue is the Crossroads Mall. Click for the latest in news and events!

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Eastside School & Community Info

RELOCATING OR CONSIDERING A MOVE TO THE EASTSIDE? The Following Information May be of Help to You Community Information Issaquah Bellevue www.clydehill.org/ http://www.medina-wa.gov/ www.ci.newcastle.wa.us/index.asp www.ci.kirkland.wa.us/ www.redmond.gov/ www.ci.sammamish.wa.us/ School Test Scores and Rankings reportcard.ospi.k12.wa.us/summary.aspx http://washington.compareschoolrankings.org/ Eastside School Districts www.issaquah.wednet.edu/ www.bsd405.org/ www.lwsd.org/Pages/default.aspx www.misd.k12.wa.us/ http://www.svsd410.org/

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Lake Hills

Located in the middle of East Bellevue, the 1960’s Lake Hills community is one of the oldest areas of West East Bellevue. Originally populated by Boeing engineers attracted by the ‘then spectacular views’ and new design of the 1960s homes, the area is now largely populated by a younger generation of young professionals often with school-age children. And those sapling …

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