Monthly Archives: November 2014

Let the Holiday Shopping Begin

The Thanksgiving leftovers have run out and we’ve already seen snow dust the ground. The holiday season is officially here, so it’s now time to get down to business. First step: holiday shopping. If you’ve been brainstorming gift ideas and you’re ready to attack the holiday craze early, you can begin your gift shopping nearby. Within and around your own neighborhood are the perfect shops to help you cross every name off your gift list.

 

Stadium Place
Shopping around Pioneer Square is easy—swing by Scotch and Soda, the Seattle Pro Shop or E. Smith Mercantile for perfect finds.

The Lyric
Capitol Hill is full of fun boutiques and shops, including SugarPill, Sweatbox, and Butter Home.

The 101 Kirkland
Knock everyone off your list with these Eastside retailers.

Wrapping Up Fall

We’re officially into the season of November rain. Whether you’re avoiding puddles outside or staying dry inside, here’s what’s happening around Seattle this month.

Castelli Pioggia 3 Shoecover

Stadium Place
Exciting news! Stadium Place won Multi-Housing News Magazine’s Gold Award for Best New High Rise Development in the Country.

We also spent a rainy morning raising the 12th Man flag over The Wave. Check out the Game Day fun.

The 101 Kirkland
If you’re hoping to stay dry, you’re in luck! Some of the top product developers in the world have dedicated themselves to help us stay warm and dry.

Local Thanksgiving Celebrations

Does your idea of a festive Thanksgiving involve delicious food without the cooking? Well, good news. This year, you can skip the dinner preparation and move right to the meal. Here are some local restaurants where you can gather around the table this Thursday. Now that’s something to be grateful about!

Stadium Place
Bell + Whete, Daily Grill, and Urbane are just a few tasty options this holiday.

The Lyric
Café Flora and Daniel’s Broiler are both close and delicious!

The Century
Interested in a five-course meal? Check out Boka’s amazing Thanksgiving offering.

The Corydon
Agrodolce is among several restaurants serving up traditional flavors.

The 101 Kirkland
Barking Frog and Bin on the Lake are attractive options on the Eastside for your Turkey Day plans.

The Calm Before Thanksgiving

We all love Thanksgiving. A 4 day weekend. Seahawks vs 49ers on TV. Family and friends all around us. And food. Lots and lots and lots of food.

Before the craziness of Thanksgiving hits (and the subsequent food comas), here are some activities to keep you busy.

The Corydon
Dine Around Seattle is here to help you explore new local restaurants. Work up an appetite!

Stadium Place
Do you want to work at the most exciting property in Seattle, with the best team in the business for a local, family owned company? We don’t mean to lay it on too thick but this is a great opportunity to join the team at The Nolo as a Leasing Specialist.

The 101 Kirkland
Take a moment to give back to others—you can make a difference in the lives of young ones through the Kirkland Nourishing Network.