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La Quinta Inn & Suites Seattle Downtown
2224 8th Ave, Seattle, WA 98121-1906
Clise Park
SE 40th St & Island Crest Way, Mercer Island, WA 98040
Located at the corner of Island Crest and 40th Street, not far from the hustle and bustle of the downtown, is a smallMore but elegant park featuring quiet and open space.
What to Wear
2727 78th Ave SE, Mercer Island, WA 98040
What to Wear is a stylish women's boutique in the heart of downtown, offering designer clothing, accessories,More handbags and jewelry. The lines include smart, casual looks with some evening wear. Owner Mia Kammerer and her friendly staff are eager to help you look your best.
Ellsworth House
2720 76th Ave SE, Mercer Island, WA 98040
Ellsworth House is a 59-unit apartment for seniors with good proximity to the downtown areas of Mercer Island. More Developed and managed by Saint Andrew Housing Group (SAHG) in connection with A Regional Coalition for Housing (ARCH) under Section 8, this is a way for seniors to stay active in their communities.
SE 56th St. Landing
99 Brook Bay Rd, Mercer Island, WA 98040
The SE 56th St. Landing is an undeveloped street-end park, located at the end of Brook Bay Rd. There is a solitary parkMore bench perched over a concrete bulkhead here, offering fine views of Seattle's downtown skyline and Seward Park.
Park on the Lid
72nd Ave SE & SE 22nd St, Mercer Island, WA 98040
The Lid sits on 20 acres of land covering the Mercer Island I-90 tunnel. It has a variety of athletic facilitiesMore including tennis courts, baseball/softball fields, soccer fields and basketball courts. Picnic tables and shelters, restrooms, a children's play structure, open space and trails, and beautiful views of downtown Seattle and Lake Washington make The Lid a popular Mercer Island park.
Mercer Island Visual Arts League (MIVAL)
PO Box 134, Mercer Island, WA 98040
The Mercer Island Visual Arts League is a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting local artists and artMore education. The founding members of the Mercer Island Summer Celebration, MIVAL holds several shows a year including the popular Junior Arts Show and the Holiday Arts Show at the Community Center at Mercer View. MIVAL volunteers also staff the organization's full-time art gallery in downtown Mercer Island. The membership is a collection of local emerging artists, enthusiasts and professionals. 
Mercer Island Park & Ride
8000 N Mercer Way, Mercer Island, WA 98040

The Mercer Island Park-and-Ride is the community's primary public transit center with access to downtown Seattle andMore Bellevue in under 15 minutes. There are 447 parking spaces available and free parking is allowed for up to 24 hours. Bike lockers and racks are located nearby as well as one of the few remaining pay phones on Mercer Island.

A neighboring light-rail station placed between the I-90 roadways is planned but no final date for completion has been set.

Mercerdale Park
77th Ave SE & SE 32nd St, Mercer Island, WA 98040
Mercerdale Park is in the heart of downtown Mercer Island and offers a plaza area, picnic tables, a skate park andMore a children's play structure. Open space at the center of the park is surrounded by a walking path, and an additional 18.5 acres of forested hillside area to the west, called Mercerdale Hillside Park, is part of the city's Open Space Vegetation Plan. A community sign on the east side of the park (78th Avenue Southeast) announces ongoing community events.
Siler's One-Hour Cleaners
3018 78th Ave SE, Mercer Island, WA 98040

Siler's One-Hour Cleaners is conveniently located in downtown Mercer Island's business district at the IslandiaMore Shopping Center next to the Post Office. Besides dry cleaning, Siler's offers alterations and repairs, washing, ironing and leather cleaning. 

If you need your items done immediately, Siler's offers one-hour service for your convenience.

Jacksons Shell
2903 78th Ave SE, Mercer Island, WA 98040
Located right in the heart of downtown Mercer Island, a minute from I-90, is the island's only gas station andMore convenience store. This combination will get you going on your family trip in a hurry: You can fill it up, get your coffee and bagels, sodas and snacks, and get on the road in one stop, instead of two. It can be a real time-saver. If it's going to be a long trip, check your tire pressure and, if you're pulling an RV, get some propane.
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