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The Island’s oldest business received a 2018 John D. Spellman Award for historic preservation.
Residential real estate snapshot for Mercer Island
Islanders enjoyed paintings, wine and conversation at the event.
Following the coffee chain’s collapse earlier this year, other Eastside businesses are moving in.
Tickets can be found online at transpogroup.com/avconference.html
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Greg James runs Marijuana Venture, the leading legal pot industry magazine in the country.
Ann Peterson’s business has moved beyond her kitchen garage and into a storefront.
A Sammamish couple hopes to break ground on a permanent indoor surf facility later this year.
Joe and Tina Kennedy are hoping to open a new wine bar on the island soon.
Josh O’Connor is the new president and publisher while Terry Ward is the new vice president.
Seattle has passed a head tax to help fund homelessness services.
The Broderick Group released a report detailing low office vacancy rates across Eastside cities.
Aviation and yacht services are part of Hamburg giant Engel & Völkers’ unique concierge service.
Suzanne Skone recently sold the business to Brandon Santos, who has managed it since 2006.
More than a dozen Mercer Island businesses will donate proceeds for the annual fundraising event.
The company has over 300 locations, and is opening a new one on the Island soon.
Ken Urman and Courtney Emanuels have joined the office.
The non-traditional spa features the Seattle area’s first “Blu Room.”
Ginny Pietila, founder/owner of ‘Mercer Island’s premier athletic club,’ received the award on Jan. 11.