Two new businesses coming to the Village at Totem Lake

  • Monday, December 24, 2018 8:30am
  • Business

Two new businesses have been announced for the Village at Totem Lake development.

Whole Foods Market and ULTA Beauty are already opened in the Kirkland development, and 203°F Coffee Co. as well as Anthony Vince’ Nail Spa are scheduled to join them in early 2019. The coffee shop, 203°F Coffee Co., will be working with a local specialty coffee roaster to source coffee from farmers. It will also offer food.

Anthony Vince’ Nail Spa is a franchise with more than 50 locations. It is a day spa that provides manicures, nail enhancements, pedicures and similar services.

This summer, it was announced that The Village at Totem Lake would have an eight-screen Cinemark theater featuring a cafe, reserved seating and a wall-to-wall XD screen. The 900-seat theater is expected to be completed by 2019.

The Village at Totem Lake is a long-planned redevelopment of an old shopping center in north Kirkland. Once it is completed, it will have apartments, in addition to the Trader Joe’s, Nordstrom Rack and Whole Foods. It will hold around 855 residential units and 1,400 parking spaces for retail and residential use.

The property was purchased from the California Public Employees’ Retirement System by Coventry Real Estate Advisers and Developers Diversified Realty for $37 million in 2004. The two companies originally intended to redevelop the site but the project became ensnared in a $500 million fraud lawsuit filed in New York.

Subsequently, the property was purchased by Village at Totem Lake LLC in 2015, a joint venture between CenterCal and PCCP, LLC. The first phase of construction is expected to be completed by the end of 2019.




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