October 11, 2012
By JOURNAL STAFF
Restaurateur Tom Douglas will lease 10,000 square feet in the Via6 apartment complex under construction at Sixth Avenue and Lenora Street in downtown Seattle.
The space will house a new restaurant called Grange Hall, and three other businesses: a market that sells Tom Douglas products, a cafe and a bakery. The architect for the space is Graham Baba.
The building has a total of 16,000 square feet of retail and 14,000 has been leased, said Jane Lewis of Pine Street Group, the project developer.
Douglas owns and operates 13 restaurants in the Belltown and South Lake Union neighborhoods.
Other retail tenants in Via6 are Velo Bike Shop, which is moving from Capitol Hill, and ViaBike, a club that gives bike commuters a place to park bikes and get them serviced.
Via6 will have 654 studio, one- and two-bedroom apartments. It opens next February.
GGLO designed Via6, Lease Crutcher Lewis is the general contractor and MKA is the structural engineer.
More to Love!! :) I wouldn't mind grabbing my morning coffee and croissant at a TD restaurant. :)