There’s enough going on inside Chophouse Row to celebrate the new project from Capitol Hill developer Liz Dunn a few times. Thursday, June 11th brings the official opening of the mixed-used marketplace with a twist — Dunn created office space in her preservation incentive-boosted development, not housing. You can check out details here on the trio of tech companies landed to fill the desks.
CHS wrote about the Chophouse roster of food, drink, and retail tenants here including farm-to-ice cream cone locavore champion Kurt Timmermeister who has taken a 300-square-foot patch of space for his dairy-powered cream and cheese venture, Kurt Farm Shop.
Chophouse Row Opening Celebration
SEATTLE, June 1, 2015 – To celebrate the official opening of the Chophouse Row project, developer Dunn & Hobbes, along with the project’s tenants and neighbors, is throwing a neighborhood party on the evening of Thursday, June 11. The party will take place in the alley and courtyard at 1424 11th Avenue on Capitol Hill.
Festivities will include an outdoor beer garden and live stage with performances by local bands Breaks & Swells and Lushy, as well as sounds from Seattle DJ Wesley Holmes. Food and drink will be provided by ground floor tenants Chop Shop Cafe & Bar, Kurt Farm Shop, Amandine, and Bar Ferd’nand, as well as neighbors Osteria La Spiga, Cupcake Royale, and Café Pettirosso. The party will take place from 5pm to 10 pm, and will coincide with the Capitol Hill Art Walk.
Chophouse Row was recently completed, with six retail spaces on the ground floor, four floors of office space, and three residential penthouses. The building combines a historic auto row building with a new steel and concrete loft for a winning “old meets new” design. Chophouse Row is the final piece in Dunn & Hobbes’ collection of mixed-use properties located in the heart of Capitol Hill between 11th and 12th Avenue. The project brings a great variety of tenants and visitors to the vibrant neighborhood, and everyone is looking forward to celebrating the great culmination of lots of hard work on June 11.