Bellevue, Washington is the fifth largest city in Washington located on the Eastside region of King County. Named after the French term belle vue, meaning beautiful view, this suburb of Seattle is home to nature and technology, in its perfect balance. Originally known for its blueberry crops, the city is now considered to be one of the fastest growing economic hubs of the country.

Coast Salish tribes were the original settlers in the area. The Snoqualmie and Duwamish people were also amongst its first inhabitants. Hunting and fishing served as the main source of food and living in the area. Settlers from Europe arrived in the 1800s creating a shift in livelihood. Coal, mining and logging became the main industry in the region.

As the new century turned, Bellevue grew as a farming community. Residents grew fruits and vegetables and sold them across Lake Washington to Seattle. Trade even went further after the Northern Pacific rail line became available in 1904. Immigrants from Japan started to arrive in the area soon after. They pioneered bulk strawberry and vegetable production from the bountiful and rich soil of Bellevue.

The influx of new residents coming to the area started after the completion of the Murrow Bridge. This was the first bridge that crossed Lake Washington during the 1940s. During this period, the Bellevue Square was also opened, the first ever suburban shopping center in the area.

Earning the nickname "The City in a Park", Bellevue offers an enormous park system to its locals and tourists. These areas provide countless opportunities for outdoor fun and entertainment. Explore miles and miles of hiking areas and biking trails in the area. Camping sports, with outdoor festivals and celebrations are also plenty and available all-year-round.

The estimated population of Bellevue is 154,046 in 2021. Bellevue, WA is one of the safest cities to live in the United States. In fact, in 2010, Bellevue earned the 4th spot as the best city to live in America.

Bellevue is accessible from anywhere in the Pacific Northwest of Washington. The busy downtown is home to many nightclubs, restaurants, hotels and outdoor recreation. It offers a balance between big city amenities, recreational destinations and nature escapes to enjoy.

The city is home to many major tech companies such as T-Mobile, Microsoft, and Nintendo. Around 145 tech companies thrive right out of this city.

Bellevue has plenty of jobs to offer. Additionally, schools in the area rank among the top 100 districts in the United States. Dual-language elementary schools with diverse student populations offer high-quality education in the area.

Bellevue is a part of the Seattle Metropolitan Area. Surrounding towns and cities are stunning. Like Bellevue, these areas offer a great escape to the wilderness while keeping the modern day advances of the city nearby. Kirkland sits to the north and Redmon to the northeast, close to the Crossroads and Overlake neighborhoods. Mercer Island is on the southwest while Issaquah is to the east at the south end part of Lake Sammamish. At the west side are several suburbs including Clyde Hill, Media, Yarrow Point, and Hunts Point. Renton borders the south of the city while Newcastle City at the southeast area of this high-tech and retail center of the Eastside.

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