Ross to open at LFP Towne Centre; other retail changes

Monday, October 25, 2010

Photo of Towne Centre by Steven H. Robinson
A Ross department store is set to open April 2011 in Lake Forest Park's Towne Centre in the space formerly occupied by Gottschalks in the corner of the upper building. The 30,000 square foot space has been vacant since Gottschalks closed several years ago.
"The new Ross store will be filled with a little bit of everything including brand name apparel, accessories and footwear for the entire family, all at 20-60 percent off department store prices. Similar savings can also be found on a wide variety of home accent pieces including towels, bedding, candles, picture frames and more."
Madison Marquette, the company which owns and manages the mall, said that
"The addition of Ross is part of a bigger picture renovation currently taking place at the center which also includes improvements to the common areas to create a more inviting community environment, new public restrooms, fresh landscaping and more."
Planet Fitness, an innovative, no-frills health club is set to open in early December and the current tenant, A Better Day Salon, is relocating next to Rite Aid and expanding to become a full service Aveda salon and spa.
"Shoppers looking to relax will soon enjoy a plethora of indoor and outdoor seating options for eating and socializing, new access to upper and lower levels and more new stores."
About Lake Forest Park Towne Centre
Lake Forest Park Towne Centre features retail, restaurant and entertainment offerings and serves as the “downtown” of Lake Forest Park. Current tenants include Albertsons, Third Place Books, Rite Aid and other local convenience retailers. Located at the north end of Lake Washington, Lake Forest Park Towne Centre is located just 20 minutes northeast of downtown Seattle at 17171 Bothell Way NE, in Lake Forest Park 98155. For more information call 206-322-1610 or visit the website


Anonymous,  October 25, 2010 at 3:26 PM  

Excellent news! I heard the Library has plans to expand as well.

Anonymous,  July 3, 2011 at 1:33 PM  

Three months after April 2011, it's still not open.

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