Trader Joe's features murals of Shoreline

Wednesday, February 24, 2016

Ronald Bog Park

Photos by Wayne Pridemore

The new Trader Joe's store, which opens Friday morning at 8am, features festive décor, mixing traditional Trader Joe’s cedar-covered walls and Hawaiian-inspired elements with a local flare, including art that celebrates the neighborhood.

Shorewood High School and Performing Arts Center

Throughout the grocery store, there are several colorful hand-painted murals that pay homage to Kayu Kayu Ac Park, Richmond Beach, Ronald Bog, Kruckeberg Botanic Garden and more.

Saltwater Park and Burlington Northern train tracks

The Shoreline store is located at 1201 N 175th St, inside the Shoreline Marketplace across from City Hall.

Kruckeberg Botanic Garden

The murals are painted by talented store employees.



4 comments:

Anonymous,  February 25, 2016 at 2:53 PM  

What, no pictures of the 10-story apartment boxes the City Council wants to flood our city with?

Anonymous,  February 25, 2016 at 9:48 PM  

@ anon 2.53pm... too funny! I'm surprised the City's not doling out hundreds of thousands of dollars to "consultants" for a traffic study for the TJ's impacts!

Anonymous,  February 25, 2016 at 11:40 PM  

Sorry but the prices this store charges for stuff does not fit the low income housing surrounding it. Winco would of been a much better and needed retailer.

Anonymous,  March 9, 2016 at 9:46 AM  

Did you know that living within a one mile radius of a Traders Joe store increases property values? So in that way, lower income families as mentioned due get a tangible benefit.

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