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Pinstripes Opens Second Washington Location in 18,000 SQFT Space at Vulcan’s Lake Union Piers in Seattle

Source: The Registry

5-21-2024 | News

Vulcan Real Estate announces its latest retail tenant: Pinstripes, a unique dining and gaming experience, is poised to open its second Washington location at Vulcan’s Lake Union Piers, a revitalized retail and entertainment hub in Seattle’s South Lake Union neighborhood. Following last year’s announcement that Pinstripes would be opening its first local establishment at Vulcan’s retail pavilion at 555 Tower in Downtown Bellevue, this collaboration aligns with Vulcan’s commitment to fostering vibrant communities through unique retail and restaurant experiences. Anticipated to debut in the summer of next year, Pinstripes will occupy 18,000 square feet across two buildings, bringing the development to approximately 95% leased. Pinstripes will join esteemed tenants like Ackley Brands’ wine tasting room, Daniel’s Broiler, and Northwest Yacht Brokers Association.

“Working with Vulcan has been phenomenal. They’ve presented us with an exceptional opportunity in two prime locations within the greater Seattle area,” said Dale Schwartz, Founder and CEO of Pinstripes. “The Lake Union Piers location offers breathtaking views and captivating ambiance, providing us the opportunity to create something extraordinary right on the waterfront.”

Lake Union Piers, formerly known as Chandler’s Cove, is a 5-acre waterfront property at the southern edge of Lake Union. Vulcan Real Estate has renovated the complex into a one-of-a-kind experience that features dining and entertainment uses with lakefront views, accessible by land or water with designated parking for cars and guest moorage for boats. Spanning 60,000 square feet across four buildings, Lake Union Piers is a longstanding Seattle landmark home to signature events like the Boats Afloat Show. Collaborating with The Miller Hull Partnership, Hewitt, and Abbott Construction, the original structures and site have been thoroughly updated and reimagined through sustainable and thoughtful design. The buildings have been reclad with metal and wood materials reclaiming the site’s maritime aesthetic, building systems were updated, and outdoor patio and public spaces were enhanced so visitors can better connect with the natural environment. The building and site upgrades are complete and tenant improvement work will begin soon.

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