Storefronts is delighted to announce that two more independent pop-up projects have successfully converted to small businesses due to their hard work and the grant of free space provided by Storefronts.
Art for Food (Photo courtesy Andrew Pogue Photography)
These two ventures, Imagine Food (formerly Art for Food) and Our Fabric Stash join the Seattle Pinball Museum, Tuesday Scarves, Massive Monkees, and others in successful conversion from Storefronts projects into permanent local businesses, adding richness and diversity to our neighborhood economies.
IMAGINE FOOD (formerly ART FOR FOOD):
Chef Maxime Bilet and friends are now long-term tenants at 1001 Western Avenue, thanks to JSH Properties and Waterfront Place!
Rebranding the Art for Food project as IMAGINE FOOD, this food science kitchen presents a teaching dinner series, themed dinners exploring cuisines and history, and food science play days for kids young and old.
Sustainable fabric consignment and upcycling boutique Our Fabric Stash has converted to a commercial tenant at 666 South Jackson street courtesy of SCIDpda’s tireless efforts with the landlord and proprietor Deborah Boone’s business savvy. Featured guest speakers include Stacey Harvey-Brown from the UK on Sunday, July 13, 2014, exploring the role of color in textiles.