Tag: COVID-19

Bellevue Arts Museum to Reopen on October 2

The Bellevue Arts Museum will be allowing visitors to see new exhibits and utilize the building’s amenities once again on October 2nd. They have been working hard to follow CDC guidelines to ensure the health of visitors and employees in order to be able to open their doors. Although they […]

Kura Sushi Restaurant to open at Wilburton Village on 116th Ave

Kura Sushi Bar is coming soon to Wilburton Village, the new development on Northeast 4th Street. The address is 266 116th Avenue Northeast. Their menu features Sushi such as Gunkan like real crab meat and salmon yukho, crispy rice like spicy tuna, and hand rolls like negitoro, crunchy, and spider. […]

City of Bellevue Extends Support to Main Street Businesses

The city is extending additional support to restaurants located on and near Main Street in Old Bellevue, according to the City of Bellevue. They are also encouraging other interested businesses to apply now. Bellevue’s economic development and transportation staff are now facilitating temporary expansion of sidewalk cafes into select on-street […]

Eastside Program Offers Resources and Assistance to Small Businesses During Pandemic

Supporting Bellevue, Kirkland, Issaquah, Redmond, and Renton, (re)STARTUP425 is making a collaborative effort to connect Eastside small business owners, nonprofit leaders and sole proprietors with available business resources during the COVID-19 pandemic. According to the City of Bellevue, (re)STARTUP425, an initiative of five communities on the Eastside to support creativity, […]

Kemper Freeman Suggests Bellevue Collection Could Open as Early as June 1st

The longtime CEO of Kemper Development Company, Kemper Freeman, was recently interviewed by Puget Sound Business Journal to discuss reopening plans post COVID-19 for his Bellevue Collection properties. This include Bellevue Square, Bellevue Place, Lincoln Square North and Lincoln Square South. In the article, Freeman predicts that The Bellevue Collection […]