Reopening: New at Chophouse Row — Light Sleeper ‘terroir bar’ and a new Capitol Hill outdoor dining street closure
In this challenging environment, landlords and retail tenants are flexing their creative powers. By example, Liz Dunn and her team at Dunn & Hobbes is working hard to activate and energize (in a safe way) a mixed-use assemblage in the heart of Capitol Hill amidst a pandemic, challenging economic times and ongoing protests and social unrest. See the articles below for all of the awesome examples of a proactive building owner rallying in partnership with her community and tenants to bridge these times.
Reopening: New at Chophouse Row — Light Sleeper ‘terroir bar’ and a new Capitol Hill outdoor dining street closure –Capitol Hill Seattle Blog
More Seattle Blocks Join Restaurant-Related Street Closures –Eater Seattle
Chophouse Row today announced the launch of an exciting line up of new pop ups… –Eat Seattle (Facebook Post)
Heartland is the asset manager for both 12th Avenue Marketplace (Chophouse Row) and the Baker Linen Building and in 2014 and 2015, respectively, brought long-term aligned capital to the projects.