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AT&T Debuts New Retail Store Design in Kirkland

AT&T Debuts New Retail Store Design in Kirkland

AT&T Logo VerticalKirkland’s New AT&T Store is Designed for an Evolution in Connected Entertainment

AT&T debuted a new 3,500 square foot entertainment-focused retail store in Kirkland, the first of its kind in the Pacific Northwest. The store, located in The Village at Totem Lake, is designed to help you get your hands on the entertainment content you want anytime, anywhere and on any device.

The new store reflects the changing ways our customers use their mobile devices for entertainment. In our new store, you can interact with content across many different screens and find the best video, internet and wireless options available from AT&T. We expect this design concept to reach approximately 35 stores this year. Continue Reading

Economic Development Partners Travel to Washington, D.C. to Recruit Foreign-Owned Companies to the Greater Seattle Region

Four King County economic development partners—the Economic Development Council of Seattle & King County (EDC), and the cities of Bellevue, Kirkland and Redmond—have joined together to promote the Greater Seattle Region to foreign-owned companies interested in investing in the United States at the upcoming SelectUSA Investment Summit in Washington, DC. They will join the Washington… Continue Reading

DBM Contractors Inc., Completes Excavation Support System at Kirkland Urban

DBM Contractors, Inc. has completed the installation of the excavation support system for Kirkland Urban, an 11.5-acre mixed-use development adjacent to Peter Kirk Park in Kirkland Wash. When completed in November 2018, the first phase will include more than 390,000 square feet in two office towers, 140,000 square feet of retail space and more than 1,700… Continue Reading

Frank Rog Named New Executive Chef at Kirkland’s Woodmark Hotel

Kirkland’s Woodmark Hotel & Still Spa, A Destination Hotel, recently announced the addition of Chef Frank Rog to the hotel’s leadership team. Chef Rog joins the Woodmark Hotel as the Executive Chef, and will oversee all culinary operations including Beach Cafe, bin on the lake, and the Woodmark Hotel’s corporate and social catering services. Chef Rog has… Continue Reading

Matt Cassidy Sales Adds Mountain Khakis Line in Pacific NW

Mountain Khakis, a mountain town- inspired lifestyle apparel brand, named Matt Cassidy Sales as its northwest United States sales agency, effective immediately. Based in Kirkland, Washington, Matt Cassidy, the company’s founder, brings over 17 years of industry expertise. Matt Cassidy Sales has operated in the Northwest since 1998 and represented respected brands in the outdoor,… Continue Reading

Google Announces $165,000 Sponsorship for “Open Outdoors for Kids” Initiative

On Saturday, October 22, U.S. Secretary of the Interior Sally Jewell joined Google to announce a $165,000 sponsorship to the National Park Foundation’s Open OutDoors for Kids, an initiative that helps connect more kids to their national parks through fun and engaging activities. The announcement was made during a campout held on Google’s Kirkland campus… Continue Reading

Kirkland’s Fortun Foods Wins 2016 Progressive Grocers Award

Fortun Foods Wins Again Kirkland-based Fortun Foods Finishing Touch Soups took home the 2016 Progressive Grocer (PG) Editors’ Pick Award. The PG Editors’ Pick is the industry’s most esteemed new product recognition program. More than 800 products were entered, and Fortun’s soups won points for taste, innovation, value and other qualities that will give it staying… Continue Reading

Affordable Senior Day Program Opening in Kirkland-Redmond

Old Friends Club Fills Important Need for Seniors Requiring Cognitive Care & Family Support Old Friends Club is bringing affordable client-centered care to Eastside families dealing with dementia. They plan to open their doors later this month in the Rose Hill neighborhood bordering Kirkland and Redmond. The innovative non-profit that celebrates strengths and commonalities of… Continue Reading

After 26 years, Rikki Rikki Restaurant in Kirkland will close

“Bringing the taste from my home in Japan to many,” was the vision of Rikki Rikki founder, Masahiro Terada when he opened his award winning Japanese restaurant in Kirkland in 1990.   After 26 years and serving thousands of Eastside residents, Saturday February 20th his restaurant will close. “Due to the redevelopment of the Park Place Center… Continue Reading