Edmonds Hardware and Paint announced Friday it will be closing its store by mid-November.
The store has been located at 201 5th Ave. S., Ste 206, in the upper level of Old Milltown, for nearly six years. Last year, it held a gala five-year anniversary celebration featuring celebrity gardener Ciscoe Morris.
According to Edmonds Hardware and Paint owner Tom Paik, the doors will close to the public in mid-November and he will be moving out the building by the end of that month. The store will eventually be relocated to the Crown Hill neighborhood, at 9000 Holman Road N.W. in Seattle, and known as “Home Builders Center” by early next year, Paik said.
The store has started running an inventory reduction sale, with 40 percent off everything except paint and power tools, which are 20 percent off, Paik said.
Paik declined to comment further on the move, and Brian Stewart of Rosen-Harbottle Commercial Real Estate said there is no new tenant yet for the space.