West Seattle biznotes: Happy 10th, Ventana! and more…

Three West Seattle business notes to share:

VENTANA CONSTRUCTION CELEBRATES ITS TENTH: Above are Anne and Clarence Higuera, owners/founders of Ventana Construction (longtime WSB sponsor), photographed during an open-house celebration Friday night marking their business’s 10th anniversary. They shared thoughts about the milestone on the Ventana website, describing their work as something that “affords us the opportunity to meet new people every day and talk with them about the dreams for their home, and after some careful planning, make those dreams come true.” Congratulations!

HARRY’S CHICKEN JOINT UPDATE: We reported last week on the new restaurant’s delivery-to-Beveridge-Place-Pub launch; today Harry’s announced via Facebook that the restaurant (former Meander’s/Jade West space) will open this Wednesday.

ALSO OPENING NEXT WEEK: West Seattle’s fitness-business boom continues. The next to open will be Inspire West Seattle, in the California SW-fronting building north of Admiral Safeway, whose owner tells us they’re formally opening on March 15th. We first reported on Inspire’s West Seattle plan back in August.

2 Replies to "West Seattle biznotes: Happy 10th, Ventana! and more..."

  • LibExpectingMoreFromSeattle March 10, 2013 (8:03 pm)

    Guess it is not cool to congratulate some companies, so, congrats Ventana!

  • Teri Ensley March 10, 2013 (11:05 pm)

    Congratulations Anne, Clarence and the rest of the Ventana Family.

    The night of my house fire (Jan 9, 2012), Anne emailed a good friend of mine stating that if I needed help securing my home, they would come over and do so (free of charge)…because it was the right thing to do for someone in our community. (unlike the vultures that were descending on me the day of the fire and early days after).

    Little did they know, they were already my choice to repair my home. Anne, Clarence and their crew are amazing professionals; skilled artisans; ethical, knowledgeable people. They manage to budget and were willing to work with the insurance company (even when the insurance company was difficult), in order to help me get through all of the red tape.

    They have done a beautiful job of repairing and restoring my 1931 Tudor/Craftsman home. And, I have made new friends.

    Thanks again Anne! Clarence! Jennifer! Arne! Nate! and the rest of the gang!

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