Pelington Village Welcomes you.
Transformation is occurring all around Lake Union. Some people love it; others hate it. Whatever your position, one thing is true: most of the affordable locations for blue collar businesses have been replaced with boutiques, high tech businesses and restaurants that serve them. At Pelington Village (what we call our collection of businesses and small shops), we want to ensure that there’s still an in-city place for welders, iron workers, electricians, etc. Our tenants tend to be artisans, skilled crafts people who understand how things work, how to use their hands and heads to build things, fix things, and make things better. There’s a cooperative spirit among these entrepreneurs, where skills, materials and general know-how are shared and bartered.
The owners operated recycling businesses for over 30 years. In the construction of the spaces, whenever possible, we re-used materials; we maintain old equipment, and use ingenuity to find solutions without buying everything new. We won’t refuse other possible tenants—high tech or otherwise, but our preference is for businesses that fit with our blue-collar, hard working ethic.
Bill died in September of 2017. For the next 20 months, we cleared out 400 tons of scrap, both ferrous and non-ferrous and 27 tons of garbage. Dozens of tools and hundreds of treasures went to people all over the state and even as far north as British Columbia. Bill’s...
Be a conduit. Conduit: a pathway towards better coffee. Our coffee is ethically and sustainably sourced, roasted kindly, and delivered locally by bicycle. Jesse Nelson has operated Conduit Coffee Co. out of Pelington Village since 2012. The Westlake location and low...