Edge Developers LLC develops affordable and market-rate housing and community facilities predominantly in the CID and other areas. Edge is based in the CID and was formed by Don Mar, Joel Ing, and Evan Chan—their families have a long history in our community. Edge Developers LLC 1225 S. Weller St., #500 Seattle, WA 98144 206-900-8605 […]
World Pizza serves the best vegetarian pizzas with the finest locally-grown ingredients, including artichokes, mushrooms, walnuts, pineapples, and herbs. The most popular item on the menu is the potato pizza. Customers also said World Pizza has the best sauces, its pizzas have a thin crust, and ingredients evenly-distributed, baked to perfection. Owners Aaron and Wren […]
Lam’s Seafood is a one-stop shop for Asian groceries. Our seafood department offers a variety of fresh and live seafood. Hundreds of fresh Asian vegetables are available daily. We also have the best Asian treats and deli. Visit our store and you will know why customers shop at Lam’s Seafood often. Lam’s Seafood 1221 S. […]
As one of the oldest grocery stores in the Little Saigon neighborhood, Viet Wah Supermarket has been serving our community’s food needs since 1981. It specializes in Vietnamese, Chinese, and Thai products, as well as a full array of grocery staples. Stop by for live seafood, a full-service meat counter, unique kitchenware, and the best […]
705 Lofts is an apartment community located in the heart of Seattle’s CID. All units feature 9-foot ceilings, bay windows, fully equipped kitchens, and in-unit washer and dryers. The units are more spacious than typical apartments—700 square feet for a one-bedroom. Many units have downtown Seattle and Olympic mountain views. Enjoyed by mixed professionals and […]
The Seattle Pinball Museum is proud to present a collection of over 50 pinball machines from 1960 to present day. Our games are arranged in chronological order to allow visitors to journey through the decades of American pop culture and pinball history. Your admission includes free play on games exhibited. Come play them all! Sorry, […]
On a semi-sunny day in late April, Tanya Woo, from the Woo family in charge of the historic Louisa Hotel, guided photographer Joe Mabel, and myself, to the murals found along a Louisa staircase, former entrance to the Club Royale jazz club.
By Mahlon Meyer Northwest Asian Weekly Asians in America are the least likely of any ethnic group to be promoted to senior management positions, according to a nonprofit that provides training and education for Asian professionals. Despite representing 6% of the population and 12% of the professional workforce, when it comes to promotions to the […]
Photos by Ananya Mishra
U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) Office of International Trade Associate Administrator Gabriel Esparza, along with SBA Regional Administrator Michael Fong, visited business leaders in the Northwest on April 18 and 19 to discuss export opportunities for small businesses.