The former Precocious Toys space at 34th and Cherry didn’t sit empty for long. Just two months after the toy store closed, new tenants have moved in: Cambium, Inc., a landscape architectural design, construction and maintenance services firm.
We caught up with Tim Moshier, the founder and principal, as he was moving into the space this week.
“I’ve been eyeing this corner for years,” said Moshier, who lives in Mt. Baker and previously had offices on the busy corner of Rainier and Jackson.
For now they’re just moving all their operations and office supplies into the space, but over the course of the summer Moshier is thinking about adding a showroom and small library of garden and design literature to the front part of the store. They also might host an open house once they get settled.
In the meantime, you can check out their website for Cambium’s portfolio and past projects.
I guess it’s better than being empty, but too bad retail couldn’t work here.
Great! This may just be what I needed to finally get some help re-imagining my dilapidated front yard and garden… Welcome to the neighborhood!
I’m still mourning the loss of Precocious. Its sounds like a smart business decision on the part of the new business though.