Planners OK restaurant overhaul at Issaquah Commons

January 18, 2011

By Staff

The city Planning Department has OK’d modifications to turn a former copy center into a restaurant.

Planners approved a permit Dec. 16 to remodel the exterior of the former FedEx Office in the Issaquah Commons shopping center along Northwest Gilman Boulevard.

Plans call for the 6,600-square-foot commercial space to become Wildfin American Grill.

The tenant plans to add a timber entry structure, space for outdoor dining area and planters. The plan calls for some minor parking modifications. The exterior of the building is also to be modified to include metal canopies, a fresher color scheme and stone wainscoting.

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