Redmond Hill

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Walk Score

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Transit Score

Access to nearby buses, trains, and trolleys.

Bike Score

Access to biking lanes, paths, trails, and parking.

Redmond, WA Neighborhood Information

Rich with career growth and urban vitality, Redmond is a city that offers you all right options. Be part of an exciting tech community that includes such names as Nintendo and Microsoft or immerse yourself into the vibrant job scenes happening throughout nearby metro Seattle. Downtown Redmond will provide you countless options to unwind, thanks to a diverse mix of delicious restaurants, boutique shops, and immersive community events. With numerous trails, parks, and walk paths, this bike-friendly city gives you the perfect blend of outdoor adventure and professional opportunity.

Neighborhood Highlights

Cyclist’s Paradise

Redmond is one of a growing number of cities proud to be designated as a Bicycle Friendly community by The League of American Bicyclists.

Downtown Destination

Spend the weekend shopping at Redmond Town Center, a beautiful outdoor retail space filled with shops, restaurants, and fitness options–just two miles away.

Plentiful Parks

Nearby Marymoor Park, located on the north end of Lake Sammamish, is King County’s oldest, largest, and most popular park.

Sweet Treats

Head over to Brugge Chocolates; an artisanal sweets shop focusing on European-style candies such as truffles and caramels.

Healthy Habits

For a healthy bite, local café Kitanda should have what you’re looking for; be sure to try their Acai bowls.

Tech Town

Redmond is home to some of the Pacific Northwest’s most engaging employers such as Microsoft, Nintendo, and AT&T.

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