Chamber of commerce will move to new location

Move upstairs is planned for early October.

  • Monday, September 21, 2020 4:30pm
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This A-frame points the way to the Mercer Island Chamber of Commerce’s new location starting in early October. Courtesy photo

This A-frame points the way to the Mercer Island Chamber of Commerce’s new location starting in early October. Courtesy photo

The Mercer Island Chamber of Commerce will move upstairs in the building where it currently resides in early October.

Currently housed at 7605 SE 27th St., Suite 109, the new location will be in Suite 206. When the move is complete, the chamber should be operating in its new digs under limited hours as well as by appointment only.

Executive director Laurie Givan said the chamber had the opportunity to give up its space for a small business to expand into in early 2021.

The chamber has also helped coordinate with the Friends of the Library to hold its used book sale in the chamber’s old location this fall because the Mercer Island Library is closed during the pandemic.

New signage on the building and a new A-frame outside on the sidewalk state where the chamber will soon be located.




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