Explore the Eastside

Kirkland

Kirkland is located on  Lake Washington just East of Seattle. It is a vibrant waterfront town with an unparalleled blend of water recreation, art, dining and boutique shops. 

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Bellevue

Bellevue is the third-largest city in the Seattle  area. It is a vibrant, modern and growing city. The downtown area is currently the second largest city center in Washington state.

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Redmond

Redmond, known as the "Bicycle Capital of the Northwest", is located between the Cascade mountain range and the Puget Sound at the North end of Lake Sammamish.

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Sammamish

Sammamish, on the eastern shore of Lake Sammamish, is one of Seattle’s most distant suburbs. Its proximity to Redmond and Bellevue however makes it an ideal spot for people who work on the eastside.

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Issaquah

Issaquah has experienced a phenomenal growth and popularity thanks to the easy commute along I-90 to Seattle, Bellevue, or up to Redmond. And its back yard is full of the beauty of the northwest.

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Woodinville

For many, the name Woodinville is synonymous with "wineries". It is accurate, but there is so much more, like distilleries and breweries, but also upscale restaurants and spas.

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