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Old Posted Nov 9, 2018, 7:25 AM
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Geez, Bellevue makes Charlotte look gritty and lived in.
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Charlotte? Maybe, but Downtown Bellevue is a secondary node that's almost universally postwar, and mostly since the 1980s.

Residents of the city of Bellevue are more transit-oriented commuters than many central cities including Charlotte...in the 2017 ACS it was 11.9% transit, 5.2% walk, and 1.5% bike (18.6% combined) vs. 3.0% transit, 2.1% walk, and 0.2% bike (5.3% combined).
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You mean looks WAY BETTER than San Jose

Even Seattle's imitation of Silicon Valley has better architecture and urban planning than real Silicon Valley, lol.
Beat me to it! I was going to say Bellevue has a better skyline that San Jose. (I know why San Jose is limited and it is too bad because they probably could have a nice one).

Anyways, I love Bellevue. Lived up there in early 2000's and it was a great area to live in. The skyline has changed dramatically even since then.

Nice photo tour OP!
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Also light rail (100% grade separated from Downtown Seattle) will arrive in 2023, including a tunnel that exits at a station next to City Hall, plus two stations on the Downtown periphery.
This is great to hear, it definitely needs this connection!
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