GROUNDBREAKING: Delridge Grocery sets the date

Even more grocery news! Four weeks after signing the lease for their store space, Delridge Grocery Co-op has just announced what’s next:

With the Delridge Grocery Co-op and the Downtown Emergency Service Center (DESC) officially signing off on the lease for the retail space at Cottage Grove Commons, construction will be starting this autumn. And that means it’s time for a party!

Come join fellow member-owners from our diverse Delridge and West Seattle community on November 2 as we say thanks for your help in getting us to this point and look toward the future opening of the Delridge Grocery Co-op in 2020.

We’ll have an old-fashioned groundbreaking ceremony with local dignitaries, delicious treats, and you’ll get a peek into the retail space. DGC members will also receive a special gift as well as a yard sign to help us spread the word.

(If you’re not a member yet, you can sign up during the Groundbreaking Party, or join today.)

After the Groundbreaking Party winds down, you’re invited to the Delridge Grocery Co-op 2019 Annual Meeting, which will be held inside the new Cottage Grove Commons retail space. Get more details on the progress we made this year, meet the current Board and other key volunteers working to open the DGC, hear about upcoming Board openings, and more.

Where: Cottage Grove Commons, 5444 Delridge Way SW

When: Saturday, November 2; 11 am to 1 pm for Groundbreaking Party; 1 pm to 2 pm for Annual Meeting

This has been 10 years in the making. It started as Delridge Produce Co-op and evolved to Delridge Grocery in 2013.

2 Replies to "GROUNDBREAKING: Delridge Grocery sets the date"

  • Goldengirl October 3, 2019 (10:47 pm)

    This is great to see, no other enterprise including those who tout community commitment have stepped up to serve this part of West Seattle that has been neglected congratulations and you are appreciated for your servant leadership 

  • Buuudah October 4, 2019 (10:30 am)

    I’m very happy to see this, but sad to see it took 10 years for Delridge to get one tiny grocery store when the Junction/Admiral has what, like 5-6 options.

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