Issaquah, Wash. — Construction is nearing completion on Issaquah Highlands’ new shopping and entertainment district, Grand Ridge Plaza. The Regency Centers Corp. center, which broke ground in the summer of 2012, is in the midst of its busiest rollout stretch, which features the grand opening of a Safeway grocery store.
Throughout September and October, the $90 million Grand Ridge Plaza welcomed more than a dozen new merchants, including Opal Boutique, PinkaBella Cupcakes, MOD Pizza, Ulta Beauty, Dick’s Sporting Goods, The RAM Restaurant & Brewery, Big Fish Grill, Wells Fargo, and Civilized Nature and Chinoise Cafe. Oct.25 saw the peak of this busy season with the launch of the center’s anchor stores – the new Safeway as well as Marshalls and HomeGoods.
The center will host grand opening events for the community November 16 and 17 to showcase its mix of regional and national restaurants and specialty stores.