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New and coming-soon businesses to Seattle

As Seattle continues to grow, we’re keeping an eye on upcoming developments and recently opened businesses.

A rendering of a large, luxury hotel in Bellevue, WA with a curvy exterior

After a couple of delays, the Intercontinental Bellevue should be ready to welcome guests soon.

Rendering via the Intercontinental

The below list of new businesses has been updated as of January 2024.

Coming soon

Every time we look around, it seems like something new is popping up in Seattle. Whether you’re looking for your next pickleball-themed staycation or a sparkling new pad, we’re rounding up a few things coming soon to the Emerald City and surrounding areas.


InterContinental, 850 103rd Ave. NE, Bellevue | Opening late February | Luxe hotel in the heart of downtown Bellevue that includes a floor with dedicated butler service and restaurants from Michelin-star chefs

Chapter Buildings, 12th and Brooklyn Avenues, Seattle | Opening Spring 2024 | Two tower, 388,000-sqft office space project that will have a fitness center, bike storage, and touchless elevators

Hotel Westland, 100 S. King St., Seattle | Opening fall 2024 | Pioneer Square project from the Railspur developers — billed as the city’s first “carbon negative” hotel

35 Stone, Stone Way and North 36th Street, Seattle | Opening 2024 | Five-story, mass timber office building with a honey bee apiary on the roof

Maritime Innovation Center, Fisherman’s Terminal, Seattle | Opening late 2025 | $33 million project to transform the historic Ship Supply Building into a space for maritime startups + entrepreneurs

A rendering that shows the site where Seattle's Vietnamese Cultural and Economic Center will go in 2026.

The building in the middle is an early rendering of the Landmark Project.

Photo via Friends of Little Saigon


Landmark Project, 1001 S. Jackson St., Seattle | Opening TBD | Affordable housing attached to the region’s first-ever combined Vietnamese cultural + economic center

The Seven Seas Building, 1315 First Ave., Seattle | Opening TBD | Arts venue in the former Lusty Lady space with plans to reincorporate the famed marquee

Uncle Bob’s Place, 417 Eighth Ave. S. | Opening Spring 2024 | Affordable housing complex that will also house a revival of the iconic karaoke joint Bush Garden

Canoe Carving House, 860 Terry Ave. N., Seattle | Opening 2024 | Modern version of a traditional, Native longhouse educating visitors on Coast Salish culture

Elliott Bay Connections, Various Waterfront locations, Seattle | Plan to revitalize public parks from Pier 62 to the beach south of Smith Cove with new lawns, pedestrian paths, and other amenities

A rendering of a new addition for the Seattle Aquarium picturing various underwater habitats in an indoor pavilion

When complete, the new Ocean Pavilion habitats will be home to hundreds of species.

Photo via LMN Architects


Seattle Aquarium’s Ocean Pavilion, 1483 Alaskan Way, Seattle | Opening mid-2024 | Highly anticipated expansion features a 50,000-sqft exhibit area and a 360,000-gallon habitat to house sharks, rays, and other marine life

BASIS Independent Schools | 21540 30th Dr. SE, Bothell | Opening Fall 2025 | K-12 facility that’s part of a national private school network with a location already in Bellevue

Alki Elementary Expansion, 3010 59th Ave. SW, Seattle | Opening Fall 2025 | New, state-of-the-art building that will boost the school’s capacity from 370 to 500 students


Rainier Beach Skate Park, 4707 S. Cloverdale St., Seattle | Opening 2024 | Park to serve skateboarders and other wheeled activities like rollerblading

Seattle Storm Center for Basketball Performance, 16th Avenue West and West Bertona Street, Seattle | Opening 2024 | Dedicated training facility for the Storm

Pickleball-focused hotel, 1551 W. Armory Way, Seattle | Opening TBD | Five-floor hotel in Interbay that’ll boast rooftop pickleball courts, a pickleball pro shop, and bleachers

Memorial Stadium, 401 Fifth Ave. N., Seattle | Opening TBD | State-of-the-art, $150 million overhaul of the 77-year-old venue at Seattle Center

Pro Cricket Stadium, Marymoor Park, Redmond | Opening TBD | Eastside facility that can host Seattle Orcas home games and other major cricket events

The exterior of the Skyglass building in Seattle's South Lake Union building that has angles throughout the tower creating a wavy look.

The exterior of Skyglass blends transparent vision glass with the more opaque + textural spandrel variety.

Photo via Skyglass


Skyglass Tower, 222 Dexter Ave. N., Seattle | Opening mid-February 2024| Uniquely angular South Lake Union residential tower with 300+ apartments, underground parking, and a rooftop pool

WB1200, 1200 Stewart St., Seattle | Opening late 2024 | 1,000 apartments, a live performance venue, and a Trader Joe’s in a mixed-use project covering 1.2 million sqft

Stream Real Estate Project, 201 Queen Anne Ave. N., Seattle| Opening TBD | Seattle’s first office-to-housing project with 68 planned apartments and an urban farm

Atrium Court, 7324 Martin Luther King Jr. Way S., Seattle | Opening mid-2026 | Mixed-use Othello project backed by Amazon offering 271 apartments and 2,333 sqft of space for ground floor retail


Westfield Southcenter Mall’s Restaurant Row, 2800 Southcenter Mall, Seattle | Opening early 2024 | JD Sports, Mr. Dim Sum, and Gen Korean among the latest shopping + dining additions

Mejuri, 575 Bellevue Square, Bellevue | Opening Spring 2024 | Second area location for the Instagram viral jewelry band known for its intended everyday use

Harvest, NE. 145th St. and Redmond-Woodinville Rd., Woodinville | Opening 2024 | Wine-focused development with tasting rooms, restaurants like Ethan Stowell’s “How to Cook a Wolf,” and a spa

A rendering of the outside of Heartwood, an affordable mass-timber apartment building in Capitol Hill, Seattle.

Heartwood offers studios and one-bedrooms at below market prices.

Photo via Heartwood

Now open

If there’s one thing we love even more than looking ahead to the future, it’s enjoying the present at one of Seattle’s newest spots. Check out this list of the Emerald City’s recently opened establishments.


Heartwood, 1323 E. Union St. | Opened December 2023 | The state’s tallest mass timber project using natural materials that were salvaged and sourced nearby

The Rise on Madison, 1400 Madison St. | Opened May 2023 | Billed as the city’s first affordable high-rise in more than 50 years


Station Space, King Street Station, Seattle | Opened October 2023 | Hub for local nonprofits seeking to empower youth through theater, music, and other creative endeavors

Pride Place, 1519 Broadway Ave., Seattle | Opened September 2023 | Affordable housing complex for LGBTQIA+ seniors with 118 apartments and a health center


TopGolf Swing Suite, 1000 First Ave., Seattle | Opened August 2023 | Virtual golf pods inside downtown’s Hotel 1000

Skyway’s Sport Court, Skyway Park, Seattle | Opened March 2023 | New multi-use hockey and basketball courts with murals by local artist Tony Miles in partnership with the Kraken


Bloomie’s, 2604 NE University Village, Seattle | Opened November 2023 | Smaller version of Bloomingdale’s and the retail brand’s first outpost in the PNW

Ben Bridge, 1530 Fifth Ave., Seattle | Opened May 2023 | The longstanding jeweler’s new flagship location downtown

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