Meet the Cities of Seattle’s Eastside.

Downtown Redmond Park


Known worldwide as the home of Microsoft, Redmond is a budding tech town with an evolving downtown core and plenty of options for outdoor recreation.


This gorgeous town situated on the East shore of Lake Washington stakes claim as the Eastside’s “waterfront destination.” It’s lakeside downtown core offers boutiques, galleries, dining and more.

Aerial Photo of Downtown Bellevue, WA


The largest of the Eastside cities, Bellevue offers the most significant downtown skyline, high-end shopping and dining, as well as Lake Washington access and the third largest institution of higher education in the state.


A city of trees, Sammamish serves primarily as a residential area for those that work on the Eastside and in Seattle. The city’s gorgeous parks and trails are a highlight of life on the plateau.


The perfect basecamp to outdoor adventure, Issaquah sits right at the base of the Issaquah Alps and Cascade Mountains, and is home to Lake Sammamish State Park, a regional haven for water activities and beachfront access.