725 1st Street South, Kirkland
Your neighborhood guide to living in Moss Bay
- Outdoor Recreation
- Lakeview Elementary
High-performing public school for kindergarten through fifth grade students.
- Kirkland Middle School
To create a community-connected environment that promotes each student’s academic and personal success.
- Lake Washington High
Each student will graduate prepared to lead a rewarding, responsible life as a contributing member of our community and greater society.
- International Community School
ICS is a choice school, open to students from the Lake Washington School District.
- Downtown Kirkland
High-end boutiques to vintage finds.
- Bellevue Square Mall
Home to over 200 shops, the region’s largest dining district with over 50 local-to-global restaurants & nightlife adventures.
- BeachHouse bar + grill
Kirkland waterfront dining with the use of fresh, natural and local ingredients.
- Beach Café
Casual seafood restaurant with a spacious patio offering views of Lake Washington.
- Le Grand Bistro American
French Flair. American Vibe.
- Cactus Kirkland
Festive Southwestern-Mexican Kitchen and Bar.
Contemporary Italian Dining & Drinking.
- Bottle and Bull
Experience the travels of Ernest Hemingway through your palette, eating and drinking your way through the cities that Hemingway loved to frequent.
- Terrace Park
1.81-acre park with children’s playground, basketball court, and open lawn.
- Marsh Park
4.18-acre waterfront park with public dock, beach, fishing area, picnic tables, walking path and public art.
- Houghton Beach Park
3.8-acre waterfront park with children’s playground, swimming area, public dock, beach volleyball, fishing area and open lawn area.
- Carillon Woods
Natural green space, trails, walking path and children’s playarea.
- Everest Park
Children’s playground, basketball and tennis court, baseball/softball fields, concession stand, trails and wetlands.
- Cross Kirkland Corridor
Ten-foot-wide, 5.75-mile crushed gravel trail that runs from the South Kirkland Park & Ride through the Totem Lake Business District.
- Kirkland Reporter