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Welcome to the Seattle Area!
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Puyallup (South of Seattle)
Relaxed, country life with plenty of recreation options make Puyallup [Pew Owl Up] a charming place to live. Transit options get you to Seattle or Tacoma quickly, and don't forget about the Washington State Fair!
Redmond (East of Seattle)
Experience the small-town feel in Redmond, the growing mini metropolis on Seattle's Eastside.
Duvall (East of Seattle)
Duvall offers the warmth and neighborliness of a small town while still being a short distance from the hubbub of Seattle.
Bellevue (East of Seattle)
Discover why Bellevue, Washington, was named one of USA Today's Best Places To Live!
Kirkland (East of Seattle)
Shop, grab a bite, and enjoy the water in Kirkland, the Sausalito of Washington.
Issaquah (East of Seattle)
Issaquah [Is Ah Quah] is just minutes away from Seattle at the foothills of the Cascade Mountains. With award winning schools as well as easy access to hiking trails and ski resorts, Issaquah is a highly sought-after community.
Mercer Island (Southeast of Seattle)
Mercer Island offers quiet, forested neighborhoods and stunning views of Seattle, the Cascade Mountains, Mt. Rainier and Lake Washington.
Queen Anne (Seattle Proper)
Queen Anne is a peaceful retreat minutes from downtown Seattle, with an abundance of locally owned and operated shops and restaurants.
Capitol Hill (Seattle Proper)
One of Seattle’s oldest, largest and most diverse neighborhoods, Capitol Hill is a mix of students, urban professionals, artists and families with easy access to downtown.
Lake Union (Seattle Proper)
Upscale urban life meets casual community atmosphere in Lake Union, Seattle. Get everything and more, all within walking distance. And... houseboats!
Madison Park (Seattle Proper)
When it comes to friendliness, inviting shops, walkability and amenities, there's no better place to be than Madison Park.
Magnolia (Seattle Proper)
Magnolia is an affluent and diverse neighborhood west of Queen Anne. The area is surrounded by water on three sides and is home to one of Seattle's largest natural retreats - Discovery Park.
Lynnwood (North of Seattle)
Shop, dine, explore outdoor (and indoor!) recreation, and enjoy the benefits of the big city in a community where you can still get to know your neighbors.
Edmonds (North of Seattle)
Edmonds is located just north of Seattle. Breathtaking views, culture and that small town feel yet close to everything make it a destination for those looking for that small town charm!
Kent (Southeast of Seattle)
As it turns out, Kent is a growing city with a huge variety of housing options and recreational opportunities. Whatever you’re looking for, odds are you’ll find it here.
Tacoma (South of Seattle)
Known for its world-renowned glass art, Tacoma's vibrant urban core is alive with culture. Find yourself surrounded by creativity and city sophistication when you eat, shop and stroll Tacoma's downtown.
Redmond Nintendo Campus
Free covered Garage Parking including a bike cage for cycling commuters
Onsite Fitness Center including the following:
Group exercise classes
Treadmills, bikes, elliptical, cardio machines, strength machines
Personal training and fitness assessments
Private showers, lockers, and towel service
Sand volleyball court
Walkable trails and paths
CareATC Health & Wellness Center (for employees and dependents enrolled in a Nintendo medical plan)
Annual physicals to an unexpected illness.
Onsite lab and pharmacy
Personal Health Assessment
Café Mario & Espresso Bar
Adjacent outside patio
Serving full breakfast and lunch in addition to grab/go items
Access to Direct Transportation to Nintendo Campus
Bike paths and dedicated bike lanes
Coldwell Banker Bain Relocation Management
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