Bellevue News

Bellevue Hires New Assistant Police Chief Out of Retirement

Filling a leadership role left vacant after Carl Kleinknecht’s retirement last year, Wendell J. Shirley was sworn in as the new assistant police chief in Bellevue on March 8. After retiring in 2019, the former officer of Santa Monica California Police Department came out of retirement to fill this position […]

34-Story Luxury Condo Project on 108th Ave Receives Design Review Approval

Fana Group of Companies, a real estate investment and development company, received the “go-ahead” by the City of Bellevue when a determination of non-significance was issued for their proposed condo development in Downtown Bellevue. The condominium tower is called “ParqHouse” and is located at 305 108th Avenue Northeast. Last January, […]

SoulCycle Bellevue Brings Cycling Experience Outdoors

SoulCycle Bellevue is bringing the experience of cycling outdoors in Downtown Bellevue, seven days a week. The outdoor schedule began at the end of this week. The outdoor setup includes the bikes, placed 6 feet apart, a silent disco audio system, and headphones provided by SoulCycle. The classes are 45 […]

One Year Later, a Look Back at the Pandemic’s Effect on Bellevue

One year ago this month, fear set in, as stores began to run out of hand sanitizer, toilet paper, and sanitizing cleaner. Our behavior was quickly forced to change and we were all left wondering will we ever be able to settle back into our normal routines? One year later, […]

Restaurants Now Open for Dine-In Service at The Collection

Are you longing to get out of the house and enjoy a delicious meal at a restaurant? Governor Inslee announced the relaxing of COVID-19 restrictions to allow King County to move into Phase 2. Since the end of January, restaurants have been permitted to reopen indoor service at 25% capacity. […]