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Redmond, WA puts you within easy reach of everything the Pacific Northwest has to offer.
Redmond has a diverse and eclectic culture that is reflected in its many restaurants and options for entertainment; the Redmond Town Center boasts over 110 shops, restaurants, and entertainment experiences alone.
At the Redmond arts scene you’ll find concert programs at the Eastside Symphony, as well as year-round performances at SecondStory Repertory. For those seeking a more hands-on experience, Redmond has an escape room, climbing room, and indoor go kart racing — there’s something for everyone here!
As a resident of Redmond, you’ll also have plenty of opportunities to explore the great outdoors. The city’s 47 parks offer ample green space and athletic fields, as well as 59 miles of public trails. Mountain bikers will love hitting the dirt-jump trails of Redmond Bike Park, while historic Anderson Park is a downtown oasis perfect for picnicking. At the Redmond Watershed Preserve, you can explore 800 acres of open space and trails on foot, bike, or even horseback. No matter how you choose to get around, you can find a Redmond park that fits your needs.
Want to visit other cities for work or play? Getting to the rest of King Country from Redmond is a breeze. Redmond is connected to major roadways like Redmond Way and WA-520, putting you within 20 minutes of Kirkland, Bellevue, and Seattle. Proximity to nearby Woodinville Wine Country also means you’re within minutes of 90+ wineries, making it the perfect place for a happy hour or weekend getaway.
From its love of bicycles to its green spaces and cultural activities, Redmond is a relaxing place to live (that still offers plenty to do).
Close to Seattle, home to Microsoft, Nintendo, and plenty of other businesses—living here makes commuting a breeze.
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