Bellevue Place—The Bellevue Collection

Bellevue Place

Bellevue Place features the four-diamond Hyatt Regency hotel, upscale offices, boutique retail and sit-down dining

Building on the success of Bellevue Square, Kemper pushed forward with the creation of Bellevue Place, a groundbreaking mixed-use project that opened in 1988. Kemper believed that Bellevue needed a development that would add more high-quality office space to the city center to accommodate the people who would be living and working there. Bellevue place, the region’s first true mixed-use center, was the answer.

Featuring a four-diamond Hyatt Regency hotel, upscale offices, boutique retail and fine dining, Bellevue Place is another powerful component that drives traffic for The Bellevue Collection. As a premier social and business event venue, The Hyatt offers 733 luxury guest rooms and 75,000 square feet of elegant private dining, ballroom and exhibition space.

The 21-floor, 450,000-square-foot office tower is home to a wide variety of upscale entrepreneurial and tech companies. Located atop the office tower with stunning panoramic views of Puget Sound, Daniel’s Broiler is the highest grossing restaurant east of Seattle. Bellevue Place is also connected to Lincoln Square by sky bridge.

The Bellevue Collection

Bellevue Square

Bellevue Square Center CourtBellevue Square is one of the country’s top shopping destinations, with a broad range of retailers that attract  20 million+ visitors annually. Read more…

Bellevue Place

Bellevue Place

Building on the success of Bellevue Square, Kemper pushed forward the creation of Bellevue Place, a groundbreaking mixed-use project. Read more…

Lincoln Square

Lincoln Square in BellevueLincoln Square is the most recent addition to The Bellevue Collection, offering fine dining, shopping, billiards and the four-star Westin Bellevue. Read more…