Bellevue News

Two Office Buildings Sold in Downtown Bellevue

Investment sales in the commercial real estate market continue to be bullish in Downtown Bellevue as the Washington Mutual Plaza and the Key Bank building have both sold this month. Washington Mutual Plaza located at 118 106th Ave NE was built in 1995. The 96,691 square feet of office and […]

Inside Lucky Strike Lanes

Is it a bowling alley or a lounge? Well…after visiting, it is clearly both. The 23,000 square foot venue is separated into three distinct sections. The first thing you’ll see upon entry is the largest lounge in Downtown Bellevue. The lounge has a very retro feel, with dim lighting and […]

Building Boom Makes Little Noise says Seattle Times

The Seattle Times ran an article this weekend about the downtown “building boom.” Although having 15 projects underway in Downtown Bellevue, there have been very few complaints to the city due to noise. An interesting fact to note from the article is that the city in the past has only […]

Bellevue Towers Onward and Upward

If you’ve looked up lately while driving around Downtown Bellevue, you might have noticed the two large residential condominiums filling the sky. These quickly rising structures belong to Bellevue Towers. When complete, the South Tower of Bellevue Towers will reach 450 feet tall, and will be the highest peak in […]

Washington Square Opens this Weekend

Washington Square condominiums, at the block of NE 10th & 8th street and 106th & 108th ave NE, have completed their first phase of one of their two new condo towers. Customers purchasing units in this first phase will be welcomed to move in this weekend. The 188-unit tower first […]

KFC / Taco Bell Closes in Downtown Bellevue

The KFC on Bellevue Way and Main Street, which shared the space with Taco Bell, closed its doors for the last time on New Years Eve night. This marks another fast food option in Downtown Bellevue eliminated. It won’t be long before you will need $10 or more if you […]

Bellevue Beats Seattle, Says "The Stranger"

In a recent article written by Charles Mudede at The Stranger, he talks about how in November The Bellevue City Hall building won an American Institute of Architects 2007 Honor Award for Washington Architecture. The majority of the article talks about how Bellevue’s architecture in the past has been considered, […]

Thank You & Happy New Year!

We wanted to thank you, our readers for a great 2007. The Downtown Bellevue Network is growing in readership daily, and shows no sign of slowing. Thank you to all the individuals and companies that have helped with our growth this year. We look forward to serving you up some […]