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Posted on: March 19, 2019

[ARCHIVED] Roger's Market Building Demolition

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The City of Mountlake Terrace Community and Economic Development Department will be issuing permits for demolition of the former Roger’s Market building on 56th Avenue W.

Fruhling, Inc. will mobilize and demolish the 24,880 square foot concrete masonry building, footings, and slab and 2,710 square foot mezzanine structure and is anticipated to begin on Monday, March 18, 2019. The city has standards in place for erosion and sedimentation control and haul routes utilized for debris removal from the site.

Traffic control will be in place during removal of aging utilities in the curb line on the north side of 232nd Street SW between 56th and 57th Avenues.

Demolition of the structure will provide temporary replacement parking for commuters while Sound Transit constructs the Link Light Rail Extension at the existing Transit Center and constructs temporary parking adjacent to the Park & Ride at 59th Place.

For further information, contact Building Official Bob McCaughan at (425) 744-6270.

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