Generations represents a Freeman family tradition of making and recording history by Biographer Robert Spector who’s interest was in Kemper Freeman, Jr. and the evolution of Bellevue from rural to suburban to urban and has had a profound impact in virtually all aspects of his beloved city.
“Giving back to the community has always been at the core of our family and company culture.”
– Kemper Freeman
My entire life, I’ve lived by the principle that building a community is one of life’s greatest rewards. To me, building community means working together, understanding each other, and creating opportunities that are mutually beneficial for everyone.Continue
Giving back to the community we live and do business in has always been a part of our family and company culture. I personally believe in focusing one third of my awake time not on my own company, but on community building.Continue
Arts & Culture
Supporting the arts is just one of many initiatives that makes the quality of life on the Eastside so high and enriching for our families. I am fortunate enough to live and raise my family here in Bellevue and exposure to art, whether it is in a museum or in a public street or building, is so important to building our community and culture.Continue
We need a measurable reduction in traffic congestion to improve regional transportation. Traffic congestion in the Central Puget Sound region has been worsening for decades, damaging the State’s economy with attendant loss of time, wasted fuel, cost for the traveling public, and the cost for freight movements.Continue
Kemper Development Company
Bellevue-based Kemper Development Company is the developer, owner and management company of The Bellevue Collection.
The Bellevue Collection
The Bellevue Collection is a 5.5 million square foot mixed-use portfolio of Bellevue Square, Lincoln Square and Bellevue Place, The Bellevue Collection dominates in all categories.