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  • Coffee thief celebrates 25 years in business
    “We were right next door to Starbucks,” said Caffe Ladro founder Jack Kelly. “And people thought we were crazy and asked if we were going to steal all of their customers. And one of my employees said, ‘Yeah, we are the coffee thieves.’ So that’s how that got started. We were just a rag-tag bunch of kids.”
  • Vibrant Cities plans summer construction of Roystone Apartments
    Developer Vibrant Cities is on track to build the largest mixed-use development in the Uptown Urban Center. The question is, which of the company’s projects will get there first.
  • Magnolia Chamber seeks survey participants
    The Magnolia Chamber of Commerce, working with the University of Washington, has produced a short online survey that addresses neighborhood business needs
  • Queen Anne Coffee Co. settling in
    Queen Anne Coffee Company owner Bri Ryan gets into her shop around 3:30 a.m. each morning in order to meet demand for the baked goods she’s adapted from her Jewish family’s recipes.
  • Ridwell offers Seattle a fourth bin
    While many people are looking around their homes for things to get rid of that just don’t spark joy, Ridwell founder Ryan Metzger hopes people will use his service to make sure those items don’t simply wind up in a landfill.
  • Moon Tree grows in Queen Anne

    When Moon and Jinhee Chun relocated the restaurant they opened together in Everett to Lower Queen Anne, their regulars had a few requests.
    “They were, ‘We’ll follow you wherever you go,’” Jinhee Chun said. “I have some awesome friends I have made.”

  • F45 Training finds function in Queen Anne
    F45 Training has reached the Pacific Northwest from Down Under, with a new franchise location opening up in Queen Anne on Saturday, Jan. 26.
  • Hilltop Ale House regular taking over business
    The Hilltop Ale House is changing hands, but the new owner plans on keeping everything that’s made it a neighborhood spot for nearly three decades just the same.
  • Chaco Canyon ascends to Queen Anne
    Queen Anne’s healthy-food options continue to grow, with this week’s addition of a Chaco Canyon Organic Cafe offering a variety of vegan and raw menu items in the neighborhood.
  • Rooftop Brewing's Beer Trumps Hate campaign raising funds for Helpline in January
    Rooftop Brewing Company will be raising funds for Queen Anne Helpline this month through its Beer Trumps Hate campaign started two years ago.
  • Frances Skinner Edris Nurses Home building receives landmark status
    The Seattle City Council last month approved the landmark status of the historic Frances Skinner Edris Nurses Home in Queen Anne, which has been home to the American Cancer Society since the 1980s. The building will be restored when ACS moves out later this year, and a 43-unit apartment building constructed where a parking lot is today.
  • Oaky's Tex Mex opening soon in Interbay
    Matt Davis and James Barrington plan to open their Oaky’s Tex Mex restaurant adjacent to Batch 206 Distilleries on Elliott Avenue in Interbay on Jan. 11.
  • Seattle landmarks board clears redevelopment of historic Queen Anne building
    Chris Faul came one step closer to restoring the Garfield Exchange Building in Queen Anne and developing more than 20 new apartment units in the historic structure when the Seattle Landmarks Preservation Board approved of the project during its meeting on Wednesday, Dec. 19.
  • Safeway redevelopment team gathers community feedback
    Several residents called Safeway the heart of Queen Anne during a neighborhood meeting on Monday night. Like it or not, that heart is growing nearly two sizes someday, and bringing nearly 300 new residents with it.
  • Queen Anne LURC to discuss major Safeway redevelopment
    The design team behind the major Queen Anne Safeway redevelopment will share its latest plans for the site during the Queen Anne Community Council Land Use Review Committee meeting at 7 p.m. Monday, Dec. 17.
  • Queen Anne Chamber Holiday Luncheon bags White Elephant

    The Queen Anne Chamber of Commerce held its 2018 Holiday Luncheon at the Church of Scientology on Thursday, Dec. 13, which concluded with a friendly White Elephant gift exchange.

  • Seattle Center Arena getting new general contractor

    Oak View Group announced Tuesday it has switched its general contractor for the Seattle Center Arena project slated for completion in 2021.

  • Chamber seeks grant to study ways to improve business in Magnolia Village
    The Magnolia Chamber of Commerce is hoping a city grant can provide it with the tools and resources to help keep local small businesses open at Magnolia Village.
  • HeartBeet Cafe offers raw-food options in Queen Anne

    Monika Kinsman’s HeartBeet Organic Superfoods Cafe is keeping it raw and healthy after opening in Queen Anne at the beginning of the month. HeartBeet operated in Roosevelt for a decade, and Kinsman had been eyeing Queen Anne for a second location. With the loss of parking and other access challenges created by construction of the Roosevelt light rail station, she decided to close shop there, she said.

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