Future of the Town Center

Based on the new Town Center code adopted by City Council in February 2021, we are no longer exploring redevelopment opportunities for the property. We will archive this website on June 1, 2021. As owners of the Town Center, we will continue to support our existing and future tenants. Businesses interested in leasing space can visit our leasing website. For all other information on the Town Center, visit the shopping center website.

The Vision and the Process

The Town Center has provided valuable community and retail services to Lake Forest Park since 1964! Today, change is coming in the form of a growing demand for a greater mix of retail, restaurants, and housing options in Lake Forest Park, couple with Sound Transit’s plans for a new park-and-ride on the site.

In 2018, the City developed a Vision for the Town Center and embarked on a process to amend the land use code to ensure the community has a meaningful contribution to the future. Like many of you, we are stakeholders in this process and are staying engaged through commenting on the documents produced through the City’s environmental review and sub-area planning process. We are also answering questions from the community at hosted events and sometimes City Council meetings.

Watch a video from our town hall.

We’re Good Neighbors

We’re Merlone Geier Partners (MGP), pleased to meet you – but you may know us already. We’ve owned the Town Center for over five years, stewarding our current tenants and supporting the community of Lake Forest Park.  We also own and operate other retail properties in the Pacific Northwest and down the west coast—including nearby Shoreline Marketplace on 175th with the Trader Joe’s and Shoreline Place, formerly Sears. We are committed to meeting the needs of the Lake Forest Park community now and into the future.

Updates
What's changed at the Town Center?
July 08, 2019
Merlone Geier Partners is proud to celebrate a series of vintage Town Center photos —compliments of Don Craft, who shared these moments with us.
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What's changed at the Town Center?
July 08, 2019
Merlone Geier Partners is proud to celebrate a series of vintage Town Center photos —compliments of Don Craft, who shared these moments with us.
Keep reading