Overlake is the name for a region comprising parts of eastern Bellevue and southern Redmond, Washington. It is in the vicinity of Microsoft's main corporate campus and is officially defined as a neighborhood consisting of the parts of Redmond lying south of Northeast 60th Street and between 148th Avenue Northeast and Bellevue-Redmond Road. The Overlake area, so named because it is located across Lake Washington from Seattle, straddles the boundaries of Bellevue and Redmond and is considered to have its own identity distinct from those of both cities.
Redmond is a city in King County, Washington, United States, located 15 miles (24 km) east of Seattle. The population was 73,256 at the 2020 census, up from 54,144 in 2010.
Hopelink is a social services nonprofit agency based in Redmond, Washington. The CEO is Catherine Cushinberry. It serves north and east King County, Washington, with food banks, energy assistance, housing, a family development program, transportation and adult education. Founded in 1971, it is one of the largest nonprofits in the state of Washington, employing about 275 people with an annual budget of about $61,000,000.
Anderson Park is a public park in the city of Redmond, Washington. The site was acquired in 1928 as Redmond City Park before being expanded and improved through the economic response of the Federal Works Progress Administration in 1938. The park was given its present name in 1946, and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Redmond High School (RHS) is a four-year public high school located in Redmond, Washington, one of four high schools in the Lake Washington School District (LWSD). Opened in 1964, Redmond High School is the second oldest high school in the Lake Washington School District. Redmond Middle School, Timberline Middle School, and Evergreen Middle School (grades 6–8) feed into Redmond High School (grades 9–12).
Redmond Town Center is a mixed-use development and shopping center located in downtown Redmond, Washington. Owned and managed by Fairbourne Properties, Redmond Town Center has more than 110 shops, restaurants, lodging, and entertainment venues in an outdoor environment. It opened in 1997 on the site of a defunct municipal golf course along the north side of State Route 520.
Downtown Redmond station is a future Link light rail station on the north side of Redmond Town Center shopping mall in downtown Redmond, Washington. It will be elevated located along Cleveland Street (SR 202) between 164th and 166th avenues.
Redmond Technology station, formerly Overlake Transit Center, is a bus station and future light rail station in Redmond, Washington, United States. The current bus station opened in 2002 and is located on the headquarters campus of Microsoft; it is served by Sound Transit Express and King County Metro.
Bear Creek is a tributary of the Sammamish River in King County, Washington, United States. The stream flows approximately 12.4 miles (20.0 km) from its source at Paradise Lake near Maltby to a confluence with the Sammamish River at Marymoor Park in Redmond. The creek has two tributaries, Cottage Lake Creek and Evans Creek, and a watershed of 32,100 acres (13,000 ha).
Esterra Park is a transit-oriented development under construction in the Overlake area of Redmond, Washington. The 28-acre (11 ha), 3.0 million square feet (280,000 m2) project is near major regional shopping and employment centers and multiple modes of transportation, including the future Overlake Village light rail station scheduled to open in 2023. The Esterra Park campus is expected to be home to a combined 8,000 residents and workers.