June 26, 2007

June 27, 2007

  • Can't stand the intersection near your house? Worried about traffic snarls on the way to work? Now's your chance to speak out. The city of Redmond is holding an open house with members of its public works staff, in a effort to gather input that will be used in an upcoming master plan for Redmond's future transportation needs. The meeting is Thursday, June 28, from 6-8 p.m. at the Redmond Fire Hall on N.E. Dogwood Ave.
  • Several prominent buildings in Redmond's downtown are in the midst of changes, or at least changes to previous plans. The owners of the Historic Redmond Hotel have taken it off the market and are seeking to find tenants for its ground floor retail and upstairs office spaces. Condominiums might be in the future as well if the building owners can partner with others for a dedicated parking facility. According to the owner of the Landaker Building, plans are progressing slowly still towards a refurbishment of the retail and former apartment spaces, with artists' lofts currently occupying its top story. The exterior of Redmond's vintage First National Bank building has been completed restored but owners are seeking a tenant for the structure before progressing on interior remodeling.

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