The pandemic changed work, shopping, entertainment, and more in cities everywhere. But downtown Bellevue is well-positioned to capitalize on the evolution with careful planning and big technology companies and investors betting on its future, a pair of speakers said earlier today during the Bellevue Downtown Association’s “Downtown Talks” breakfast series.
Bellevue’s lucky to have a pragmatic, forward-thinking City government, Gary Guenther, executive vice president and shareholder at Kidder Mathews, said during the in-person event at Bellevue Club. He added, “As long as we can keep the open-for-business sign out, lit up right in the City of Bellevue, I think we’re going to be successful.”
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