BIZNOTE: Domino’s Pizza seeks Springline space

One by one, the newer Admiral commercial spaces are getting takers. Just found this one in the city permit files: Domino’s Pizza is pursuing a spot at Springline (3220 California SW) for its second West Seattle location. The site plan on file with the city shows the pizza storefront is proposed for the space south of the building’s north garage entrance.

15 Replies to "BIZNOTE: Domino's Pizza seeks Springline space"

  • mikekey May 12, 2017 (2:26 pm)

    Oh goody.  We needed a bad pizza option in WS.

  • AM May 12, 2017 (2:51 pm)

    I was really hoping this rumor would turn out to be false. Gross….. 
    I haven’t seen, but any idea on the other spaces? 

  • ImmaMom May 12, 2017 (3:25 pm)

    I wish the city would place some incentives for builders to rent to small local businesses rather than chains. Dominos sucks. 

  • WGA May 12, 2017 (3:37 pm)

    At least Dominoes will be cancelled out with Mod Pizza opening in the Whittaker!

  • dsa May 12, 2017 (4:08 pm)

    A second Dominoes? really?  Why would they do that?  Oh I know.  Dominoes delivers.

  • justme May 12, 2017 (5:13 pm)

    Yippy, maybe my basement dweller will get a job now.

  • A May 12, 2017 (6:40 pm)

    Wow so many complainers on here. You don’t like Dominos? It’s simple, don’t eat there. The first five comments here rag on Dominos and I’m sure there are many more negative comments to follow. I for one like Dominos and I know there are many, many others that do otherwise it wouldn’t be successful enough to open another store in West Seattle. It’s not as good as Pagliaci’s or the other more expensive pizza places but it’s still pizza and it’s cheap and therefore it will be successful. Just because a place goes in that you aren’t a fan of doesn’t mean you need to immediately complain and talk trash about the place. Get over yourselves people, you’re making West Seattle look bad

    • JanS May 12, 2017 (7:00 pm)

      A. thank you. The same thing happened on the post about the new place opening at the corner of Calif. Ave and SW Edmunds where Shelby’s had been located. Comments about how crappy the name was, and about the font used on their window announcement (yeah, really), and how they might as well face the fact that its a bad luck location and might as well announce their closure now because they will be shortlived. Downright rude, definitely not welcoming. And one of the owners of the new place joined in to the convo, and still they kept it up. The place hasn’t even opened yet. It’s so tiresome.

      I don’t go to the Dominoes in the Morgan Junction because it’s too far to go. I might pick up an order every now and then as the new one will only be about 3 blocks from me. Hey, pizza is like sex…even when it’s bad it’s good – lol.

    • mikekey May 12, 2017 (8:42 pm)

      It’s called FREE SPEECH.  You posted your opinion, we posted ours.

  • Just Wondering May 12, 2017 (7:09 pm)

    Didn’t there used to be a Domino’s a few blocks north of the Springline location?  It was on the west side of California. 

  • miws May 12, 2017 (7:23 pm)

    Just Wondering, I believe there was, I had forgotten about that location! 

    Mike

  • Gina May 12, 2017 (9:16 pm)

    Yes, it was next to a  frame shop. Across the street from where the new one will be going in. 

    I could swear there was a Dominos at one time in one of the storefronts in the Junction. Maybe near where Lee’s is? Or is my mind ghosting.

    • miws May 13, 2017 (4:42 pm)

      Gina, I don’t recall a Domino’s in the Junction. Are you thinking of Garlic Jim’s which was in half of the southern half of the old Penny’s building, now occupied by Pizzeria Credo? 

      Mike

  • Villagegreen May 14, 2017 (3:05 pm)

    Domino’s is practically inedible. My brother brought over a box of leftovers recently. After attempting to eat one slice I threw the rest in the yard waste. 

  • Gina May 14, 2017 (3:11 pm)

    That could be it, it was some kind of inexpensive pizza that delivered.

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