BIZNOTE: Doll Parts Collective moving to The Junction

(October 2020 photo, signboard outside Doll Parts Collective’s current location)

Another business is on its way to the unoccupied section of the ex-Keller Williams building in the West Seattle Junction – Doll Parts Collective. Since last fall, Doll Parts has been at 6016 California SW, but that building has a long-planned redevelopment project still in the works, so tenants have been clearing out. You’ll see signs of activity at their new space as soon as next week, but owners Alyssa and Becky explain, “We’ll stay open at our current location for the month of April as we ready the new storefront – we’re hoping to be up and running by May.” If you haven’t been to Doll Parts Collective, they offer “vintage clothing and housewares, handmade goods, and other sustainably sourced products.” (They’ll be neighbors with Homebridge, which recently moved to 4452 California SW from the Clearview building in Sunrise heights; the Junction building also has a redevelopment project in its future, but projects of that size usually take years to get close to construction.)

6 Replies to "BIZNOTE: Doll Parts Collective moving to The Junction"

  • zephyr March 30, 2021 (4:04 pm)

    Did the point size recently decrease in the articles?  It’s now about half the size it was before.  Maybe I did something on my end.  Very hard to read.  Thanks. 

    • WSB March 30, 2021 (4:41 pm)

      Should be fixed now.

  • Bean March 30, 2021 (5:47 pm)

    I love Doll Parts! Yay! 

    • DOLL PARTS March 30, 2021 (9:48 pm)

      Yay! Thank you for your support :)

  • zephyr March 30, 2021 (7:48 pm)

    WSB wrote:  “Should be fixed now.”   Thank you!  That was going to be hard to read.  Plus I thought I had done something wrong on my end. 

  • momof3boys April 1, 2021 (1:18 pm)

    Such a great little addition to the neighborhood. We in the Morgan Junction will miss you – but you’re not **too** far away!  mom & son we were in with the hand knitted Harry Styles sweater :-)

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