The Salish Crossing redevelopment project is underway here in my little waterfront town of Edmonds, Washington. The site is owned by and the redevelopment project is being led by a group with local ties. For all the 22 years that I've lived in Edmonds, this shopping center has always been anchored by the Waterfront Antique Mall, housed in the former Safeway store. The former Safeway building is in the classic Marina-style, with the broad eyebrow arch and glass-fronted facade. This building, according to plan, will fortunately be retained. So far demolition of the southern building has occurred and the parking lot planters and trees have been removed.
Here's a couple links to articles:
New owners of Salish Crossing plan to enhance, not replace, Antique Mall structure
Demolition work begins on Waterfront Antique Mall/Salish Crossing site
I'll try and follow progress weekly via flickr: Salish Crossing Redevelopment Project - March 30, 2013
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