Furnished Corporate Housing in Redmond, WA
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Redmond, Seattle is a scenic up and coming part of the Pacific Northwest. Perhaps most famous for being the home of Microsoft and Nintendo, there is a whole lot more to the area than that. Located within the Sammamish River Valley, we sit between Seattle and Bellevue, making it an ideal place for working locally or commuting.
The local economy is built around tech but there are also healthcare, logistics and other employers too. It’s a modern city with a lot going on despite its modest proportions. With great transport links, fast access to neighboring cities and Seattle a few miles away, it’s an interesting place to spend time.
Corporate rentals in Redmond are mainly apartments and condominiums as they reflect the main housing type for locals. Each will be fully furnished and equipped and maintained ready for you to move in.
Employment in Redmond
Microsoft dominates the local economy with anything up to 90,000 workers, both permanent and contractors. Nintendo also has a presence here, as do Terex, Physio-Control, Visible.net, WildTangent, Solstice, SpaceX, AT&T Mobility, United Parcel Service, Physio-Control, Honeywell, Aerojet Rocketdyne, Stryker Corporation, Mindtree Limited, Securitas Security Services USA Inc. and Accenture. That’s just to name a few.
Medical centers in Redmond include Microsoft Living Well Health Center, Kaiser Permanente Redmond Medical Center at Riverpark and Swedish Redmond Primary Care and Urgent Care.
Redmond is a picturesque town in its own right with lots of outdoor space, trails, parks and lots of outdoor activities whenever the weather permits. As you would expect given Redmond is home to Microsoft, technology is at the heart of the economy here. Nintendo also call Redmond home as does Honeywell, AT&T, UPS and many more.
Neighborhoods in Redmond include Bear Creek, Downtown, Education Hill, Grass Lawn, Idylwood, North Redmond, Overlake, Sammamish Valley, Southeast Redmond, Willows & Rose Hill.
Things to see and do in Redmond include Bill Brown Saloon, Marymoor Park, the Velodrome, Redmond City Hall, Redmond Town Center, Microsoft Visitor Center, Redmond Farmer’s Market and the Redmond Way/Cleveland Street corridor.
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