Bellevue City Councilmember Lynne Robinson Media Mentions

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Amazon contribution will add Wilburton Trestle to regional trail system

Mayor Lynne Robinson joined Executive Dow Constantine in announcing that a $7.5 million investment by Amazon will help King County Parks complete two key segments of an emerging 42-mile regional trail – including the Wilburton Trestle in Bellevue – which will connect to four Sound Transit East Link light rail stations. Read More

Bellevue Reporter
Construction begins on Bellevue supportive housing project

The project achieved two major milestones in July, when the King County Council unanimously approved the sale of surplus property on which the campus sits, and the Bellevue City Council unanimously approved additional funding for the men’s shelter and permanent supportive housing. … Read More

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Community celebrates safety upgrades for SE Newport Way

“As an avid bicycle rider, I’m really excited about this huge improvement for Southeast Newport Way,” said Mayor Lynne Robinson. “The project makes this section of roadway dramatically safer for all users – people who walk, bicycle, roll, take transit and drive. Thanks to everyone who had a hand in making this project a reality.”

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Council Roundup: Eastside Men’s Shelter and other housing projects funding approved

On Monday evening the City Council unanimously approved funding for three housing efforts in Bellevue, including the Eastside Men’s Shelter, Eastgate Permanent Supportive Housing and the acquisition of Illahee Apartments to preserve those affordable housing units. Funding from Bellevue of $3.6 million to support cost increases on the men’s shelter construction at the Eastgate Master Development was approved on the consent calendar. … Read More

Downtown Bellevue Network
Facebook Expands Footprint in Bellevue’s Spring District with Fourth Building Lease

According to a representative for Wright Runstad & Company and Shorenstein Properties, Facebook has signed a pre-lease for its planned 330,000 square foot Block 5 project in the Spring District. This is the fourth building in the Spring District to be leased by Facebook. Block 5, located in the transit-oriented and sustainable neighborhood, will be 11 stories and 345,000 square feet in size. It is a part of Phase 3 of the Spring District’s build-out. The address is 1615 123rd Avenue Northeast. … Read More