THere's a library, a bookstore, Ross, groceries, hardware store,and a drugstore...and a couple bakeries, a gym, a pizza place, froyo, and more! I just picked the places I frequent to list :) Honestly, a nice selection of stores and shops (chocolate man and everest kitchen have great treats and indian food) to keep you busy and your tummy full.
There's a little bit of everything here . . . clothing outlet store, massages, doctor's office, police station, if you're in need, grocery store, garden store, and Third Place Books, one of Seattle's best in new and used books. Third Place also has a semi-deli style eatery, and a community center/theater.
Yeah, okay, it's a mini-mall. True. But it's also a community gathering point, with a good food court, a farmer's market, and the best book store in the greater Seattle area.
Check it out for evening activities, a great game night, music, or a place to find a good book (Third Place Books rocks!)
DO NOT LIKE THE NEW ROSS STORE THAT HAS GONE IN.......lots of wasted space. Like the new MOD Pizza, parking is still terrible, the consignment store (Two Trading Tigers) on the backside is pretty pricey, almost the same prices as shopping at a new clothing store. Like the Second Hand Books Book Store and Honey Bear Bakery alot. However, overall...........not...
Lot's of entertainment, small shops, a gym, grocery and hardware stores, as well as a book store and a library, just to name a few shops. And college classes! And major bonus, they have a fantastic farmers market in the parking lot during the Summer!
This contemporary shopping center offers Banks, Medical facilities, City hall, fitness
enterprises, pet and bird stores, jewelers, pharmacists, hardware, medical facilities, cleaners, grocers, restaurants, specialty coffees, Fishing specialties, food vendors, and public seating and tables for meet-up, group meetings, kids play, and clothing. Elevator and Escalators provide for all kinds of mobility access. Public Restrooms are centrally located on both...