Retail/Restaurant Opportunities at Plaza Roberto Maestas!

Looking to relocate or start a new business? Jobs, Retail/Restaurant space, and housing—opportunities like crazy on Beacon Hill in the coming months as Plaza Roberto Maestas breaks ground on their $42M development. The project will be 3,200 square feet of flexible, neighborhood-serving retail including 12 micro-retail start-up opportunities for local small business owners and aspiring entrepreneurs, 4,500 square foot office space and a commercial kitchen for use by aspiring entrepreneurs.

Located just steps from the Beacon Hill Light Rail Station, your business will be neighbored by 112 units of transit-oriented, affordable workforce housing, a 6,000 square foot multi-cultural community center, a 12,900 square foot public plaza, and of course the fabulous selection of food, views and recreation surrounding our commercial core. The project breaks ground March 6th.

~ For those who have interest in the retail, live/work or micro business space download the application here: Plaza Roberto Maestas Retail/business space Application/LOI

~ For those interested in residential leasing: No actual leasing can begin until 120 days before completion of the project (late spring 2016). However, you can put your name on the ‘interest list’ to receive status announcements and invitations to early informational sessions on how you can income qualify. To be included contact Miguel Maestas (206) 957-4650,  [email protected].

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Happy New Year from BHMA!

Hope you all have had good holiday cheer and now resting up for a busy and prosperous 2015!

PS Stop in for a visit, we’ll be back in the office on Monday 1/4.

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Greening BH – in the ground and in your home

Help put new plantings in the ground…

Saturday 11.22.14 from 9am to noon
Bayview Triangle Planting Party

Bayview Triangle Planting Project

A green work party sponsored by Beacon Arts, Beacon Hill Merchants, Forterra, the Tree Ambassador program… and you! Just grab your gloves and join us by the green triangle just south of the Shell Station at the Beacon Junction anytime between 9am to noon. You will be welcomed and put to work (note there may be cheering when you arrive). Thanks to Forterra for supplying tools and volunteer project lead Marina King for ongoing everything!

Learn more and register for this event online: www.seattle.gov/trees or simply show up ready to help other community members beautify this central location of our hill.

If you can’t make it on Saturday take a moment to stop in and say thank you to the folks at the Shell Station who have been been doing upkeep, including throwing out trash, cutting down bushes and mulching for the past several years. We hope to bring every little and big effort to boost attention to this area.

 

 …and greenify your home for the holidays:

Christmas Trees on Sale Now at El Centro de la Raza!

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Make this holiday season special by purchasing your Christmas tree from El Centro de la Raza and help thousands of low-income families receive the services they need!

You can also make this holiday season special for someone else by purchasing a tree and donating it to a low-income family.

When you purchase your tree, wreath or garland from our sale, you can support both El Centro and a local small business! Our fresh selection is stocked with locally grown trees from the forests near Chehalis, Washington supplied by a Latino-owned small business. The tree farm is owned and operated by Adrian and Evencio Gonzalez, brothers from Oaxaca, México.

Receive a discount when you pre-order your tree by November 26th and bring your family to pick it out on the day of your choice!

Our lot will be open from November 28th through December 23rd and will be open Thanksgiving weekend from Friday – Sunday 12:00pm-8:00pm so bring your family and make this a season to remember!

The lot will be open this season from Monday – Friday 4-8 PM and Saturday and Sunday 12 – 8 PM and is located at 2524 16th Ave S, Seattle (at the kiosko on south side).

To order by phone or for more information call (206) 957-4605 or email us to place an order. You can view the complete price list by clicking here.

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Networking Luncheon set for 11-19!

Hoping to grow your business community contacts on Beacon Hill? Are you thinking about taking your current business to a new level? What is your role in supporting equitable economic development in Southeast Seattle? Come join the conversation.

Bring your business card, event or company flyers and come prepared to introduce your business or group. This is an opportunity to meet&greet, learn the latest ‘Happenings on the Hill’ and share your news.

Date:   Wednesday, November 19th
Time:  11:30am – 1:30pm
Place: Kusina Filipina – 3201 Beacon Ave. South, 98144

Note: If you plan to attend please RSVP to (206) 459-1430 or [email protected]

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Celebrate Community Beacons 10-23 6pm

Come celebrate our Community Beacons!   A photography show exploring long term residents of Beacon Hill and their relationship to place,  by Beacon Hill resident Nina Greenblatt.  Photos are up now until November, with an opening celebration on October 23rd at 6 pm.  RSVP for the opening here.
At Victrola Coffeehouse,   3215 Beacon Av S

A few other events coming up:

 

Friday, October 31st    9 pm
Beacon Hill Halloween Bash: Three Bands Five Bucks!
At the Phoenix Cafe, 4864 Beacon South: an excellent new venue on Beacon Hill!

Friday November 7th 8pm
Garden House Concert: Songster Showcase
At the Garden House, 2336 15th Av S

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