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Troy Block

“Embrace the old, invent the new.” The original Troy building in South Lake Union, designed in 1927 by architect Victor W. Voorhees, was home to a wide range of businesses, most memorably the Troy Laundry Company. The developers of Troy … Continue reading

FlintCreek Cattle Co.

FlintCreek Cattle Co., founded by Eric and Christy Donnelly, draws inspiration from Western Montana’s free range cattle and cattlemen, with a mission to provide high quality meat, responsibly raised, and with zero added hormones or antibiotics. The Donnellys’ restaurant dining … Continue reading

Red Chair Salon

Owners and founders Howie and Amy Sennet started Red Chair Salon in 2009 on Capitol Hill. The salon is known for its individual style and feel which they describe as both fun and relaxed with professional stylists you can trust. … Continue reading

Rose Theatre

Rose Theatre in Port Townsend, Washington started in 1907 as a vaudeville. This three-screen theatre has transitioned through silent film, talkies, Technicolor to todays digital projection. Not only is Rose Theatre unique in its age and size, but they showcase … Continue reading

Rainier R Replica

Rainier R Replica The original Rainier R was one of the most iconic signs in the history of Seattle. Only one side was lit with neon and bulbs and it was intended to rotate but after Rainier closed their doors … Continue reading

Higo Variety Store

Western Neon had the pleasure of being involved in refurbishing the Higo Variety Store in the International District. It is over 35 feet long and is internally illuminated with over 141 feet of neon. The Higo 10 Cent Store (later … Continue reading

Wonder Bread

Having removed the Wonder Bread’s existing letters 2 1/2 years ago and after a full restoration (including sandblasting, rebuilding some metal, painting, new transformers, new neon & new superstructure) – we installed to the applause of the neighborhood. Thanks to … Continue reading

Frank Lumber

Texaco Gas Filling Station

Marco Polo Saloon