Businesses are Making Big Bets in Downtown Seattle, Despite it All

The Seattle Times   |   Paul Roberts

Posted In — News & Press | In the News

If downtown Seattle ever truly recovers from COVID-19, it will be thanks in large part to a new wave of risk-takers like Jason Lemons.

In June, Lemons, 43, opened The Lemon Grove, a vintage clothing and household accessories store in Pioneer Square. Although the historic neighborhood still wasn’t back to its pre-pandemic normal, Lemons and partners Maria Rountree-Olivares and Ian Rountree saw potential.

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