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Southeast Redmond

An Active Area

As part of the larger Redmond area, the Southeast Redmond neighborhood has emerged as a sought-after destination for families, professionals, and outdoor enthusiasts alike. With its tranquil green spaces, thriving local businesses, and a deep commitment to fostering a close-knit community, North Redmond is a place where neighbors become friends and strangers are welcomed with open arms. One of the defining features of North Redmond is its breathtaking natural surroundings. The neighborhood is blessed with lush green parks, and scenic trails, offering residents and visitors endless opportunities for outdoor recreation. Marymoor Park, a gem in the community, boasts sprawling fields, playgrounds, sports courts, and an outdoor concert venue. Here, families gather for picnics, cyclists and joggers explore the extensive trails, and nature enthusiasts revel in the abundant wildlife. In addition, the nearby Sammamish River Trail, a 10.9-mile paved pathway, invites residents to cycle, walk, or run while enjoying picturesque views of the Sammamish River and surrounding forests.

A Thriving Town

North Redmond takes pride in its thriving local business scene. The neighborhood is home to a diverse array of restaurants, cafes, boutique shops, and small businesses, which contribute to the area’s unique character and charm. From cozy coffee shops that serve locally roasted beans to innovative eateries offering farm-to-table cuisine, there’s something to suit every taste bud. Moreover, the local businesses foster a strong sense of community by organizing events, supporting local initiatives, and providing gathering spaces for neighbors to connect.

What truly sets North Redmond apart is its exceptional community spirit. Residents actively engage in various community events and organizations, forging deep connections and nurturing a supportive atmosphere. The neighborhood hosts regular farmers’ markets, where local growers and artisans come together to showcase their produce and crafts. These markets not only promote sustainable living and local entrepreneurship but also serve as a hub for neighbors to catch up, exchange stories, and build relationships. Additionally, community festivals, charity drives, and volunteer opportunities abound, reinforcing the community’s commitment to collective well-being and social cohesion.

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