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“You can’t really parse out who came first — green developers or buyers who want green homes,” Built Green Program Director Leah Missik said. “It’s the chicken and the egg.”
"It's a good mission," inventor and entrepreneur Lori Greiner said of the clothing company.
As their culture is strongly based in family, the tradition of caring for their elders dates back to before the now-married couple Manuela and Daniel Paul immigrated to America in the mid- and late 80s, respectively.
Founder of Auspicious Homes, Mike Stewart's mission to build Vaastu-inspired homes throughout the Eastside took shape while he worked as a realtor in the Issaquah Highlands area. He realized at least half of the people coming through were tech professionals from India — and they were all asking for things the current cookie-cutter industry does not supply, he said.
Frank Cohenour was announced as president of Issaquah-based ADWIAcosta Nov. 3.
Hawaiian/Japanese restaurant Ohana Eastside opened at Gilman Station in July. ‘I had to see if I could make it happen,’ owner Kyle Yoshimura said
Anytime Fitness, a 24-hour fitness center, will open this weekend in the Klahanie Shopping Center. The public is invited to attend the free event Saturday at 4 p.m.
The Greater Issaquah Chamber of Commerce’s board of directors announced Tuesday it had hired Kathy McCorry as the association’s new executive director.
One local family of real estate professionals believes its online brokerage can bring the standard brokerage commission down to 1 percent.
A job fair will be held from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. April 28 in the Pickering Barn on 1730 10th Ave. N.W.
Three Eastside business leaders will be inducted into the Junior Achievement Puget Sound Business Hall of Fame on April 23.
The 20-acre three-building park is home to divisions of Microsoft and Costco, the latter of which began its lease in August. The office park is fully occupied by the two companies.
Federico and Faviola Ramos, owner/operators of Agave Cocina & Tequilas Restaurants are expanding their Issaquah High lands location by one-quarter, adding a retractable seasonal patio adjacent to the restaurant’s front door.
Northwest Inboards, opened in May by Lake Sammamish native Darren Lamont, received two Best New Dealership awards from manufacturers Axis Wake and Supra. The awards were given based on sales and customer feedback, Lamont said.
Key players in the new Homewood Suites by Hilton facility in Issaquah participated in a topping off ceremony today.
David Irons, of Coldwell Banker Bain in Issaquah, has been named Government Affairs Volunteer of the Year honors by the Seattle King County Realtors.
Paul Gregoire, president of Bake's Marine Center is now part owner of WJB Enterprises, Inc.
The Downtown Issaquah Association has named Jamie Lilly and Robyn Barfoot to the 2015 board of directors.
Uncle Si’s Pizza opened a second location Dec. 8. The new restaurant, located at 3310 East Lake Sammamish, seats approximately 100 in a large dining room with three 55 inch screen TVs.
The Issaquah Chamber of Commerce will hold a B2B Alliance Meeting from 6-7:30 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 4. The event is designed to help businesses share information with others who have the same type of clients.