Walkability to shops, schools, and parks.
Access to nearby buses, trains, and trolleys.
Access to biking lanes, paths, trails, and parking.
Downtown Bellevue, WA Neighborhood Information
From shopping and dining to parks and plazas—downtown Bellevue has a little something for everyone. On Main Street, Old Bellevue will delight the senses with a variety of locally-owned boutiques and restaurants, while at The Bellevue Collection, Lincoln Square, Bellevue Square, and Bellevue Place combine to create a modern retail hub that hosts more than 200 high-end shopping, dining, and entertainment experiences. Art and culture come alive with performances at the Meydenbauer Center and rotating exhibitions at the Bellevue Arts Museum. All of this, surrounded by lush Pacific Northwest landscapes including a 20-acre Downtown Park and studded with 130 works of public art, make it no wonder that downtown Bellevue consistently ranks high on lists of the most livable cities in the nation.
The Meydenbauer Convention Center is a hub for many exciting year-round events.
Just a block away, indulge in pastries, paninis, and coffee at The French Bakery.
The Shops at The Bravern offer a variety of high-end retail shopping experiences, while Bellevue Square and Lincoln Square offer unmatched shopping, dining, and entertainment options at a convenient downtown address.
Bellevue Farmers Market, open on Thursdays, features a unique mix of vendors offering seasonal fruits, vegetables, flowers, and meats.
Arts & Culture
Bellevue Arts Museum provides an array of art exhibits including creative children’s activities.
Parks & Rec
Surrounded by urban conveniences, the Bellevue Downtown Park has fountains, playgrounds, and circular track, making it a great all-ages destination for fresh air and outdoor fun.
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