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

 

Last updated 10/1/2020 at 10:45am

Brian Soergel

A former gas and convenience store could soon be demolished for a commercial building.

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.

The name of the applicant is Edmonds-based CDA Pirscher Architects, at 23114 100th Ave. W. The owner is Carl Pirscher.

The firm is requesti...



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