Bellevue News

Bellevue School District Superintendent Departs

After twelve years of service as the Superintendent of the Bellevue School District, Mike Riley will move to the east coast to pursue a position with the College Board accepting responsibilities as the senior vice president for the “College Readiness System”. The Bellevue School District’s high school’s AP (Advanced Placement) […]

Voters Deny Transit Plan

Voters yesterday rejected Proposition 1, a multi billion dollar plan that would take on gaining traffic congestion issues in Bellevue and other outlying areas which stretch 50 miles of light rail as well as other road upgrades in the greater Seattle area. The rejected plan would’ve had the light rail […]

Bellevue Square Interiors Under Construction

Downtown Bellevue’s shopping anchor, Bellevue Square has begun the construction of a well-deserved interior upgrade. A small percentage of the interior floors have begun to be installed replacing what many regarded as the “ugly brown tile” from years ago. The new cream-colored tile’s installation is only one of many of […]

City of Bellevue Gets $300,000 to help Downtown Congestion

Washington State Commute Trip Reduction Board announced last week that Bellevue was one of the seven cities statewide, which was selected to get money for its Growth and Transportation Efficiency Center Program (GTEC). The program funded by the state Legislature will aim to reduce single-occupancy vehicles and make alternative transportation […]

VIDA Downtown Bellevue Condos Hint at Pricing

VIDA Condos, the 12-story collection of 238 studios and flats sponsored a piece, which went out in last weekend’s Seattle Times hinting at their official pricing. The studios, one, and two bedroom flats, which range in size from 400 – 1,000 sq feet with the majority in the 600-750sq foot […]

Red Mango in Bellevue Square Now Open

Red Mango, the authentic frozen yogurt dessert shop opens its doors to customers this week in Bellevue Square. This store will be one of Seattle’s four Red Mango stores. Saturday will mark the grand opening, which will feature giveaways and free yogurt for guests. Red Mango prides themselves on providing […]

Halloween in Downtown Bellevue

If you are looking for something to do to celebrate this Halloween, Downtown Bellevue is certainly not at a loss of events to take part in: Vertigo Halloween BashVertigo Lounge & Grill, the newly opened hot spot in Bellevue will celebrate Halloween a day early on the 30th. Vertigo’s Halloween […]

Seattle Area: Most Stable Housing Market says Forbes

In a study performed by Forbes on stable housing markets across the United States, Seattle is listed as the most stable housing market across the country. With 8.9% increases since 2006, and an average median home price of 395,000 the area continues to revolt against the national trend of dropping […]

108th Ave NE Closed between 4th & 2nd St Friday – Sunday

108th Ave. NE will be closed from 4th to 2nd street Friday through Sunday. Tower 333 will be dismantling their crane over the weekend. To do this, a larger crane must be brought in and assembled to take apart the original crane. Tower 333’s project has been moving quickly and […]

Movie Passes Giveaway!

We’re doing our first Giveaway and it’s all centered around Downtown Bellevue. Did you expect anything else? You might have seen the Seattle Times Article featuring three Bellevue teenagers who’ve been creating and directing movies as a passion in their free time. Their latest feat is finishing a movie titled, […]