Bellevue’s Hidden Gem

Get in on the ground floor of Bellevue’s newest neighborhood. This super-connected,centrally-located development is emerging as THE place to be-for work, for school, and for entertainment. With construction nearly complete, now is the perfect time to secure your slice of Bellevue's premier urban destination.

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A Global Community

The Spring District welcomes residents from around the world, throughout the country, and across town. The diverse array of inhabitants are drawn to this new urban hub for a variety of reasons. This new neighborhood is home for students taking part in the Global Innovation Exchange’s (GIX) Technology and Innovation Masters program, young professionals driving advances in social media at Facebook’s new offices, and families and retirees looking to enjoy a connected urban lifestyle.

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Work + Life

Living at Arras keeps your commute to a minimum. Located in Bellevue, near Redmond and Kirkland, the Spring District is at the center of business, education and commerce in the Seattle metropolitan area’s Eastside. Anchored by an expansive new Facebook campus, an expected 3 million square feet of flexible office space is set to come online in the next few years. Find the latest workplace information on the Spring District’s information website.

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Academia and Innovation

The Global Innovation Exchange (GIX) is a partnership between the University of Washington and Tsinghua University with support from Microsoft. The innovation-focused collaboration offers graduate degree options in Technology Innovation as well as professional programs in data science. Students have the option of a dual degree program, where they spend 10 months at Tsinghua University in Beijing followed by a 15-month program in Bellevue. Learn more about these exciting global technology programs on the GIX website.

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Transit-centric, Sustainable Living

The Spring District was thoughtfully designed to be hyper-connected and transit oriented with a focus on sustainable development. The neighborhood is perfectly positioned at a crossroads of bus connections, Link Light Rail, regional bike trails, and pedestrian networks. Link’s 120th Light Rail station at the Spring District will connect residents beginning in 2023. A ride to the Redmond Technology Station will take 6 minutes, while a ride to downtown Redmond will take 13 minutes. Sign up for updates on Facilitating public transportation use is just one way the Spring District is focused on sustainability. The neighborhood was developed to meet LEED ND (Neighborhood Development) standards. Learn about this certification program at