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Two-story building could land in a neglected spot in Edmonds


Last updated 9/27/2020 at 5:42pm

Brian Soergel

An applicant wants to turn this former gas station and convenience store in Edmonds into a commercial building with 23 parking spaces.

A developer wants to demolish a long-neglected piece of real estate in Edmonds' south end and build a two-story, 10,996-square-foot commercial building.

The property, at 23726 100th Ave. W, was formerly known as Woodway Market, a convenience store and gas station. The owner had intended to bring a U-Haul business to the property.

But, as reported in the Beacon in June 2019, neighborhood dissent and racist graffiti led to the owner closing the business.


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