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Looking to rent an apartment in Redmond, Washington? When searching for an apartment in Redmond, consider where you'll work and what you'll do for recreation.

If you're looking for an apartment in Redmond because you work in the technology field, chances are, you're not alone. Located 15 miles east of Seattle, Redmond is probably most known by the general public as a technology hub, especially since Microsoft built its headquarters there in 1985. Nintendo's corporate headquarters and Cingular Wireless' regional headquarters are also in Redmond.

If getting to and from work quickly is a priority for you, consider where you work when searching for Redmond apartments. To give you an idea, the average one-way commute in Redmond takes 23 minutes, but yours could take more or less time, depending on traffic and proximity to work.

Whether you're looking for an apartment in Redmond for a job in technology or for some other reason, all work and no play can make anyone boring. Fortunately, Redmond has no shortage of art, outdoor recreational activities and natural vistas.

If you enjoy hiking and biking, search for Redmond apartments near some of its 20+ developed parks that span 1000 acres of land and include 17 miles of developed trails. Combine exercise and art appreciation with the Redmond Outdoor Sculpture exhibition, which featured 12 pieces of art in the downtown area in 2008. There are also many golf courses in Redmond and nearby cities such as Seattle.

It's worth searching for Redmond apartments near Lake Sammamish if you'd like to live on or near water. You can also take canoing and rafting trips in or near Redmond.

If you or your loved ones prefer more leisurely activities, there are wineries, shopping and dining throughout Redmond to consider in your apartment hunt. Redmond hosts dozens of free concerts in the summer during the Arts in the Parks series and the Redmond Derby Days Festival.

The city is also a great community for children and senior citizens. The community offers many free and low-cost classes and camps for children. Downtown, you'll find the Old Fire House Teen Center, which is a place for teenagers to play pool, see live bands, take art classes, go on field trips, and more. Senior citizens can take classes, join special interest groups, and participate in wellness programs at the Redmond Senior Center.

So no matter what your age or if you're moving to Redmond for work, play or both, it's likely you'll find what you're looking for in Redmond. Find a Redmond apartment that fits your lifestyle on ApartmentGuide.com today.