Downtown Redmond

The Excitement is Building as the Downtown Redmond neighborhood transforms into a vibrant urban center. Downtown Redmond is located in the heart of the City and is one of two designated regional growth centers in Redmond; today home to nearly 6,000 residents and more than 10,000 jobs. With wide sidewalks, an urban trail, and frequent bus service (and light rail coming in 2024!), thousands of people enjoy the lively, connected neighborhood by foot, bike and bus. Downtown offers a variety of shopping, dining, services, events, employment, mixed-use residences, hotels and parks.

Downtown Redmond Topics

  • Vision

    Extensive private and public investment is helping Downtown realize the longtime community vision of becoming one of Redmond’s two vibrant urban centers. The City values environmental stewardship, housing choices and efficient transportation and has worked strategically to create a Downtown neighborhood to achieve this vision.

    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.

    Redmond will continue to evolve as the place people desire to live, work, play and invest.

  • Develop and Do Business

    Business owners choose Downtown because of the redevelopment and increased vitality, thanks to both public and private investment, in the neighborhood. Click here to hear from a few business owners on why they chose to locate their business in Downtown Redmond.

    Downtown offers a range of zoning allowing multi-family, mixed-use, retails and office uses with maximum building height up to eight stories. Explore the Redmond’s zoning here and find properties for lease or sale here.

    Visit the City’s business webpage for links to more resources.

  • Proximity to Seattle

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

  • Contact

    For Downtown Redmond questions, please contact Jill Smith, Economic Development Manager/Downtown Liaison at 425-556-2448 or

Downtown Map & Projects