Pacific Magazine features Wedgwood "guts-to-the-studs" remodel

The February 6, 2011 issue of Pacific Magazine in the Seattle Times features a major remodel of a Wedgwood home originally built by Albert Balch. “A Seattle 1940s box is reborn for the 21st century” by Valerie Easton describes how Linda Pruitt of The Cottage Company worked with architect Charlie Wenzlau of Bainbridge Island to make it happen. See the complete article on the Times website for more information and a slide show.

The Wedgwood Safeway is Being Remodeled

For those that aren’t WCC members (I mean really, why wouldn’t you?), you may not have seen that the Land Use Committee provided an update in the November 2010 edition of the Wedgwood Echo Newsletter on the conversations they’ve had with Safeway in anticipation of their massive remodel of the Wedgwood store.  While Safeway had originally pursued a full redevelopment of their site, the economics of that project became prohibitive. As a result, Safeway will expand their existing store by approximately 10,000 square feet and undergo a major overhaul of their existing space. The remodel was intended to being in Read More …