Own/operate a business in the Admiral District? You’re invited

In hopes of strengthening Admiral District businesses by bringing them together, just as the Safeway redevelopment brought a new dynamic to the area, the Admiral Neighborhood Association shared a letter and survey with more than 120 businesses this past summer (as reported here). The survey results are now compiled, and ANA, along with the West Seattle Chamber of Commerce, invites Admiral business owners/merchants to a special meeting to both look at the results and talk about future possibilities. The formal invitation is here; it’s at 4 pm next Monday, September 19th, at the Porterhouse; again, it’s just for Admiral business owners/merchants, who are asked to RSVP to info@admiralneighborhood.org.

3 Replies to "Own/operate a business in the Admiral District? You're invited"

  • DF September 13, 2011 (9:23 pm)

    To all business owners in North Admiral to the new ones welcome and the already established. LISTEN UP! Please take more initiative to sweep your store fronts and I mean literally along the gutter and if your neighbor isn’t doing their part, that means you YEN WOR than sweep their debris up too. If you take pride in your establishment do a little extra and make it even more inviting to the public. Oh and don’t forget that bus stop either right in front of that bar and restaurant, whats the name? across from Alki Bike. Yeah that one.

  • Badger September 14, 2011 (3:07 am)

    DF has never worked at a restaurant. I agree that things need to be cleaned up but I think that its the least of our worries down there. It starts with the owners and employees inside those places to take pride and keep things clean. It will never matter how clean the street is there will always be problems on the street till police clean up “jackasses” who continue cause problems.

  • DF September 14, 2011 (9:21 am)

    Lets consider the number of apartment projects being built or soon to be underway in the 98116 area and how eventually as they become occupied the result is more people using our neighborhoods. I bicycle along the roads of Seattle and am aware of my surroundings. Go take look at east pike or pine street in the capitol hill area or broadway for that matter still worse with debris is belltown. Not in West Seattle. Please do your part.

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