Downtown Bellevue by the numbers
More than 10,500
Residential growth in the past 10 years
40% of citizens are either foreign born or non-Caucasian
30% of citizens speak more than one language
Seattle-Tacoma International Airport is 17 miles south on I-405
169 total (89 restaurants; 25 delis; 21 coffee shops; 23 sweet; smoothie and snack shops; 11 quick service.)
Major retail destinations
The Bellevue Collection encompasses Bellevue Square, Lincoln Square and Bellevue Place - sophisticated shopping, dining, work and leisure environments. Nordstrom and Macy's anchor 250 world-class brands. At the Bravern, Neiman Marcus is the anchor. Old Bellevue offers boutique retail.
20 acres, opened in 1987
The City of Bellevue
Ranked #2 among the "Top 100 Places to Live in the U.S." by Liveability.com.
Downtown Bellevue was ranked #4 among the "Top 10 Downtown in the U.S." by Liveability.com
Citywide residential population
Sources: City of Bellevue, U.S. Census Bureau, Bellevue Downtown Association