Downtown Redmond

The Excitement is Building...

as the Downtown Redmond neighborhood transforms into a vibrant urban center. Pairing new residential and commercial building with classic historic spaces, and then adding a connected street grid with 2-way travel lanes, and variety of cultural and recreational opportunities, Redmond will continue to evolve as the place people desire to live, work, play and invest. While occasional disruptions to roads and street work will accompany the vision, the end result will yield a Downtown core easier to navigate by foot, bike and transit, and a place that supports local businesses enjoying a strong economy and lively atmosphere. Watch a video highlighting Downtown Businesses

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23 Miles to Downtown Seattle 23 miles to seatac airport 17 miles to seattle seaport

Downtown is one of two designated regional growth centers in Redmond and today is home to nearly 6,000 residents and more than 10,000 jobs. Downtown is targeted to accommodate one-third of Redmond’s planned housing growth through 2030. Since 2010, more than 1,200 new multi-family homes have been issued permits and the Downtown center is on track for a nearly three-fold increase in population, from 4,300 in 2010 to 11,400 in 2030. Downtown is located at the heart of Redmond and is adjacent to thousands of additional people who live or work within an easy walk or bike ride.

CONSTRUCTION ZONE CLOSURES & TRAFFIC IMPACTS

Redmond Way is reduced to one lane between 160th Ave NE and 170th Ave NE.  This reduction will be 24-hours per day, 7-days a week through the fall related to the Two-Way Conversion Project.


STAY IN TOUCH AND CONNECTED

For Downtown questions please contact Jill Smith, Economic Development Manager/Downtown Liaison at 425-556-2448 or jesmith@redmond.gov.   
       

DOCUMENTS LIBRARY

Redmond Historic Icon
The Old Town Historic Core Plan for Downtown is Underway. Learn more