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 all of Bellevue. Currently the vertical construction on the two towers is complete up to floor 33. If you think that is high, just wait…they have about 10 more floors to build.

This massive project demands as many as 600 workers at one time to ensure the expected completion date of April 2009, with homeowners to move in as early as November 2008. With 199 unique floor plans, buyers will enjoy special custom living spaces, unlike other “cookie cutter” condos. Residents of Bellevue Towers will enjoy many luxury amenities, such as an urban garden, fitness center, spa, free valet parking for guests (one of my favorites!), and much more.

The building might be big, but Bellevue Towers and the development team have been making large strides in impacting the environment as little as possible. As preciously reported, when complete, Bellevue Towers’ buildings are striving for LEED Gold Certification.

With 540 homes in the air, it will bring a lot more ground traffic into the Downtown area. Homeowners be able to enjoy new retail on the ground floor of Bellevue Towers, which will be able to accommodate 20,000 square feet. According to Bellevue Towers this will translate from anywhere from about 3 – 5 tenants. Bellevue Towers expects to begin announcing tenants within the first quarter of this year.

With less than a year to go before buyers move in, Bellevue Towers is already making a large impact on the Downtown Bellevue skyline.


  1. Um, this blog is more and more sounding like one giant press release. What the heck.

  2. So you are telling me that the work is very professional? I’ll take that as a compliment 😉

    When there are lots of facts with little space to write, there isn’t much room to have opinion. First and foremost I want to relay information and keep this as a resource for Downtown Bellevue.

    Having said that, we need to keep business, architecture, policies, etc honest. When needed we will call things/people out.



  3. I like all the pics on this post, this is my first view of the inside.


  4. great story and great pics!