124 Ludlow Street
Last modified February 25, 2011 at 10:55 am
Although the fire at 124 Ludlow Street earlier this morning was extinguished rather quickly, the blaze was swift and deadly.
Last modified February 25, 2011 at 10:57 am
To be honest, we had almost written off the pair of Seattle restaurants gunning for 122 and 124 Ludlow Street – Pike Street Fish Fry and Via Tribunali. And since significant events always happen in threes, Caffe Vita is joining the gang as well. Ever since Plum foundered and A. Turen and Ellen both vacated the premises for […]
Posted November 9, 2010 at 6:12 am
Six months ago, A. Turen casually announced intentions to leave its 124 Ludlow headquarters for the greener pastures of 85 Stanton Street. The shop closed shortly thereafter, and has been in limbo ever since. Meanwhile, the old digs remains a rotted corpse in the wake of Community Board 3’s decision to deny Pike Street Fish Fry/Via […]
Last modified February 25, 2011 at 10:58 am
In due course, two newly-vacant Ludlow Street storefronts will become side-by-side outposts of established Seattle eateries. Both are situated in a resolution area, and are seeking beer and wine licenses at the upcoming Community Board 3 SLA meeting on August 16. Considering Ramen Kuidouraku across the street was just denied, this will definitely be an […]
Posted July 12, 2010 at 6:33 am
As reported back in May, high-end boutique A. Turen is currently in the process of re-locating from its Ludlow headquarters. The trip is just a hop-skip-and-jump over to 85 Stanton, between Orchard and Allen Streets.
Posted May 13, 2010 at 6:11 am
In November 2008, the high-end women’s boutique Lolli by Reincarnation moved west from 85 Stanton Street. Other than the addition of “for rent” signs above its entrance, the space remained relatively inactive. However, we passed by yesterday and noticed a subtle announcement taped in the window.
Last modified December 5, 2010 at 5:01 pm
With the recent flight of Plum boutique from 124 Ludlow, its windows morphed into just another advertising space. In this case, a temporary multimedia installation for Vitamin Water. Now, where’s the annoying companion ad poster that says Ludlow Street gets its vitamins?