PHOTOS: Signs Installed At New Coffeeshop “Burien Press”

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On Tuesday morning (April 14th), workers from Western Neon in Seattle installed new signs at “Burien Press,” a soon-to-be-opened coffeeshop/newstand located at 423 SW 152nd, next door to the Australian Pie Company and across from the new town square, city hall and library.

Owner Mark Kerns has been busy over the last few months doing a major renovation, turning the former tattoo parlor space into a coffeeshop/newsstand, which he hopes to open sometime in May. The glass windows on the front were installed by Wakefield Glass, a Burien company.

Kerns promises a “european-style” coffeeshop where visitors can relax, have meetings and enjoy free wi-fi, pastries, coffee and magazines from around the world.

Burien Press already has website up, but with only the logo posted.

Stay tuned to The B-Town Blog for more news as the opening gets closer.

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3 Responses to “PHOTOS: Signs Installed At New Coffeeshop “Burien Press””
  1. Susie says:

    How exciting! An alternative to Starbucks!!!

  2. Justin says:

    We've been waiting and waiting for you guys! Want to come in right now.

  3. Stacy says:

    Great spot for a coffee shop with the new BurienTown Square almost done too!

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