Innovation and Technology Center

Bellevue is a gateway to the Pacific Rim, the economic heart of Puget Sound’s Eastside, and a technology innovation center. Its diverse, well-educated workforce attracts a wide range of industries from high-tech startups to global retailers and software giants. In 2014, the city was rated #2 in 24/7 Wall Street’s national list of “Best Cities to Live.” Bellevue, a great place to live, learn, play and work.

Bellevue continues to grow as a major regional business center with 139,400 residents, more than 140,000 jobs and a well-educated workforce. The population is projected to grow significantly through 2035, adding 25,000 new residents and 63,000 new jobs. Growing demand will create opportunities for new office space, retail, housing and entertainment companies.

Major Employers

Bellevue Demographics

Total Population

Total Population

(Source: Office of Financial Management, April 2016)

Median Household income

Median Household Income

(Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2010-2014 American Community Survey 5-Year Estimates)

Single Family Households
57, 533

Total Households

(Source: Research360)

Multi Family Households

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James Henderson
450 110th Ave. NE
Bellevue, WA 98009