With King County in Phase 2 of Gov. Jay Inslee’s Safe Start Washington plan, The Landing in Renton joins other businesses reopening for in-person shopping and dining.
Retailers will operate at 30 percent occupancy and restaurants at 50 percent occupancy, according to a press release issued from The Landing on June 23.
“Our retailers and restaurants are incredibly happy to be given the go-ahead to re-open their doors to the public and welcome guests back into their establishments,” Heath McCue, regional marketing director for Vestar, which owns The Landing, said it a statement. “Shopping and dining out are an important way of connecting with one another and a part of the human experience we all truly treasure.”
Individual businesses will determine when they reopen as well as their hours for in-person shopping and dining. Some of The Landing’s 70-plus retailers and restaurants will continue to offer curbside pickup and delivery. For more information, visit The Landing’s website.