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|Location||Redmond, Washington, US|
|Total retail floor area||692,000 square feet (64,300 m2)|
|No. of floors||2|
Redmond Town Center is a mixed-use development and shopping center located in downtown Redmond, Washington. Owned by Fairbourne Properties and managed by JSH Properties, Redmond Town Center has more than 110 shops, restaurants, lodging, and entertainment venues in an outdoor environment. It opened in 1997 on the site of a defunct municipal golf course along the north side of State Route 520.
DRA Advisors and JSH acquired the retail component of the Redmond Town Center in 2013, shortly after Shorenstein Properties bought the office portion, which is occupied by Microsoft and AT&T. In late 2019, the retail portion was sold to Fairbourne Properties.
The majority of the office space at Redmond Town Center comprises six buildings of three to five stories. AT&T occupies the three on the west side of the RTC property, while Microsoft occupies the three on the east side. The administrative offices of the Lake Washington School District are housed in a smaller building to the west of the Marriott hotel. Amazon announced that it would house 600 employees at a 111,000 square feet (10,300 m2) office complex at Redmond Town Center that will open in 2021 in the former Macy's.
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