All month long, our Windermere Greenwood brokers and staff donated funds to help purchase turkeys, canned and perishable items for local families in need this holiday. During the holidays, canned pumpkin and yams, cranberry sauce and box stuffing, can help families have at least some of the traditional holiday fare.
Working with the Greenwood Boys & Girls Club, we spent the morning organizing all the ingredients for Thanksgiving dinner for 21 neighborhood families!
This is just one way that Windermere Greenwood donates our time and money through the Windermere Foundation to support local non-profit organizations in our community. If you’d like to help us continue to support these and other programs this holiday season or beyond, please let us know!
Thank you to everyone who supports the Windermere Foundation. Your generosity is truly making a difference in the lives of many families in our local communities.
Windermere Greenwood wishes all of you a bountiful Thanksgiving with family and friends!
Join Us for a FREE Shredding, Electronics Recycling
& Clothing Donation Party!
Reduce * Recycle * Re-Use
Saturday, April 15th
from 11 am to 2 pm
Windermere Greenwood will have three trucks on site to shred your paper material, recycle obsolete electronics and donate clothing.
Paper Shredding: Shredding sensitive documents is one way to reduce your risk of becoming an identity theft victim. Bring your sensitive papers, bank and credit card statements and personal documents to be destroyed by a professional document destruction service with a mobile shredding unit on-site.
*10 box/bag limit per person
Items Accepted: DVD players, VCRs, stereo equipment, desktop & laptop computers, monitors, cell phones, iPods, keyboards, mice, cables, scanners, copiers, and TVs under 40″.
Not Accepted: Microwaves, kitchen or other appliances, TVs over 48″, styrofoam or cardboard.
Big Brothers Big Sisters: This year, we will also be accepting used, worn & damaged* clothing donations! Big Brothers Big Sisters accepts donations for all of your clothes, shoes, and linens. Even items that are ripped, torn, have holes are acceptable! Even single shoes, socks, gloves, and other items that are normally paired-up.
* Please do NOT donate are items that are wet, mildewed, or contaminated with hazardous material.
Have Lunch on Us! We will be serving grilled brats, veggie & hot dogs, soda, chips, coffee, cookies, and a smile to thank you for your support!
The Northwest Flower & Garden Show
Experience the “Taste of Spring” at the 2017 Northwest Flower & Garden Show! Get ideas for your own garden with 20+ full-scale display gardens, renowned speakers, 350+ exhibitors, patio/small space exhibits, and much more. There’s something for every size, style, & skill level.
February 22-26th, 2017
at the Washington State Convention Center in downtown Seattle.
A limited number of tickets are available at the Windermere Greenwood office at 311 N. 85th St, in Seattle. All you need to do is call or email your Windermere Greenwood Real Estate Broker now and we will reserve a ticket for you.
The National Weather Service has predicted that the Pacific Northwest may see gale force winds and 4 inches of rain when the remnants of Typhoon Songda hits the coast Thursday afternoon through the weekend. We might expect urban flooding, high winds power failures and falling tree limbs.
Take these steps to get ready:
- Create an emergency preparedness kit with at least a three-day supply of non-perishable food and water for your home and office. Kits prepared for vehicle road travel and winter weather evacuation go-kits are also advised.
- Don’t forget to have food/water for your pets!
- Make a plan with your family and those who depend on you.
- Stay informed and know the weather approaching so you are prepared for whatever Mother Nature throws our way.
Windermere and the Seattle Seahawks have come together to help #tacklehomelessness in our community.
As part of that campaign, our office is participating in Windermere’s
“We’ve Got You Covered” winter drive.
From October 17 through November 14, we are collecting new hats, scarves, gloves/mittens, and warm socks for YouthCare, a non-profit that provides support and services to homeless youth throughout the Puget Sound area.
Each night in Seattle, nearly 1,000 young people are homeless. Please help them stay warm during the cold winter months by dropping off your donation to our office in the Greenwood neighborhood at 311 N 85th St. Seattle, WA 98103 during the drive.
Come join us at Windermere Greenwood for ArtUp PhinneyWood
Friday, August 12, 6-9pm
Marcie Swift | www.swiftdoodles.com
Marcie Swift is a whimsical and playful mixed media artist living and working in Seattle. Marcie’s art making is process oriented and experimental. She makes art because she finds it essential for her well being and her understanding of the world. Marcie has a formal background in ceramic sculpture and printmaking from the University of Washington. A year abroad was spent absorbing art and architecture in Vienna, Austria and Europe. When not working in her home studio, Marcie enjoys fresh air, sunshine, dancing and being a mom.
Doug Keith | www.dougkeithillustration.com
Doug began painting guitars as a hobby in between assignments as a professional children’s book illustrator, the concept provides him an opportunity to combine his interests in art and music. His creative “ARTAXES” feature a variety of subject matter including rock legends, fantasy, science fiction and sports.
Jump the Fire | www.facebook.com/JumpTheFire
Acoustic sugar for your aural sweet tooth. Covering One-Hit Wonders (and others) from the 70’s to today.
We will be serving light snacks, wine and Schilling Hard Cider | www.schillingcider.com
311 N 85th St
Seattle, WA 98103
More info on participating businesses and artists:
ArtUp PhinneyWood | https://artupphinneywood.com/
Art Up, Chow Down: Phinneywood Art Walk The Big One – Two Day event May 13th & 14th. Windermere Greenwood will be hosting 3 great artists: Fritz Rud, Deana Albers Lloyd & Heather Saddler.
This Saturday, May 7 marks the 30th anniversary of the Windermere Cup rowing regatta – an event held in conjunction with the Seattle Yacht Club on the Opening Day of boating season. This year is an especially exciting year as we celebrate 30 remarkable years of an event that was started by Windermere founder John Jacobi and the University of Washington, who came together to turn Seattle’s opening-day rowing regatta into something that could attract the highest caliber crews from around the world.
Over the years, countless universities and more than 20 countries have rowed in the Windermere Cup, including England, Germany, New Zealand, China, Australia – and the former Soviet Union, who raced in the event’s historic first year during what were very politically unstable times between the U.S. and USSR. Thirty years later, the Windermere Cup has invited Russia back to compete against the Husky men, bringing the event full circle.
“The very first Windermere Cup saw the former Soviet Union take on the UW in an epic matchup that would ultimately make international sporting history,” said OB Jacobi, president of Windermere Real Estate. “Bringing Russia for the 30th anniversary is as close as we can come to recreating that celebrated first race of this storied event.”
In addition to Russia, the UW men will face Stanford, while the UW Women will go up against the University of San Diego and Cambridge University.
To celebrate this year’s milestone anniversary, Windermere has released a coffee table book that tells the story of the Windermere Cup. Through insightful interviews, original documents, and breathtaking photography, the book captures the historic moments and colorful stories that have turned the Windermere Cup into an enduring, world-renowned rowing event. For more information and to purchase a copy of the Windermere Cup book, please visit http://windermerecup.withwre.com/ourstory/
We hope to see you along the shores of the Montlake Cut on Saturday, May 7 for this free, family-friendly community event. Races start at 10:20 ending with the Windermere Cup around noon, and followed by the Opening Day boat parade. There will also be food vendors, booths to purchase UW and Windermere Cup gear, as well as a bouncy house. More information can be found at www.windermerecup.com. You can also follow us at www.facebook.com/WindermereCup and @WindermereCup.
Join Us for a Shredding & Recycling Party!
On Saturday, April 16th, from 11 am to 2 pm, we will have two trucks in our parking lot at 311 N 85th St, Seattle, WA 98103 to shred your paper material, and recycling electronics.
Items Accepted: desktop and laptop computers, monitors, cell phones, iPods, keyboards, mice, power cables, scanners, copiers, and TVs under 42″.
Not Accepted: DVD Players, VCRs, microwaves, stereo equipment, TVs over 40″, kitchen or other appliances, styrofoam or cardboard.
Have lunch on us! We will be serving grilled hot dogs and brats, soda, chips, coffee, cookies, and a smile to thank you for your support!
In response to the explosion at 85th and Greenwood, The PNA and its business members are creating an action plan to provide relief to the area. We are grateful to be part of a community that quickly steps up to help. We’ll update you as we go along.
Windermere Greenwood and our real estate Brokers were shocked to learn in the early morning hours of March 9th 2016, Three of our neighboring businesses were entirely leveled by a natural gas explosion. Mr. Gyros, Neptune Coffee and QuickStop Mini-Market were completely destroyed. Dozens of other businesses and apartments had windows and doors shattered and additional damage. Our office, luckily, had only minor damage with a few broken lights and shattered picture frames.
Our hearts go out to our neighboring businesses affected by this devastating accident. We will be supporting the Phinney Neighborhood Association relief efforts by donating funds individually and as a PNA member business.
Checks can be made out to Phinney Neighborhood Association with “Greenwood disaster relief” in the memo and sent to:
PNA – Greenwood Relief Fund
6532 Phinney Ave N.
Seattle, WA 98103
We will also support neighborhood fundraising efforts and invite you to help our community rebuild. Please click the link below to learn about events in support of the staff and businesses of Greenwood
Greenwood Disaster Relief