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August 2, 2022

Storefront program expands citywide

SEATTLE — The city of Seattle Office of Economic Development and Mayor Bruce Harrell announced the expansion of Seattle Restored to commercial storefronts beyond the city's downtown core.

This economic recovery program matches small business owners, artists and entrepreneurs with vacant commercial storefronts to host short-term pop-up shops and art installations. OED originally launched Seattle Restored in partnership with Seattle Good Business Network and Shunpike in December 2021, and focused on downtown Seattle neighborhoods such as Westlake, Belltown, Pioneer Square and Chinatown-International District.

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