Small business: Nomad NW recently opened in Ridgecrest

Sunday, November 29, 2015

Nomad NW in the Ridgecrest business district
intersection of NE 165 and 5th NE

Photos by Jerry Pickard

Nomad NW is an artists co-op founded by Elisa Bronstein and Angela Read. They opened for business on September 10th of this year. They are located at 509 NE 165th Street in the Ridgecrest neighborhood.

Co-founders Elisa Bronstein and Angela Read

Elisa Bronstein and Angela Read are the founders of Nomad NW Artists Co-Op composed of local artists. The co-op now has 35+ members, 12 of whom work in the store on a rotating basis.


They offer second hand housewares, gently loved clothing, and crafts by local artists.


Nomad Northwest is an exclusive boutique boasting an inventory of gifts for all occasions, one-of-a-kind home goods and juried local crafts, jewelry and bath selections.


Shopping here is about supporting a hyper-local craft economy and forming a hub of creativity outside of the Greater Seattle area. All art, jewelry, soaps and candles are proudly handcrafted by Pacific Northwest artists.


Hours are generally Wed thru Sat: 11am-7pm and Sun: 9am-5pm, but call ahead to check. Phone 206-659-6934.

Their address is: 509 NE 165th St, Shoreline 98155

E-mail address: info@nomadnw.com


Corrected: Co-owner is Angela Read - not Amy. 11-30-2015



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