Federal Way mayor, Federal Way City Council members, Greater Federal Way Chamber representatives and Old Navy officials gather to celebrate the store’s opening on Feb. 6. Photo courtesy of the City of Federal Way

Federal Way mayor, Federal Way City Council members, Greater Federal Way Chamber representatives and Old Navy officials gather to celebrate the store’s opening on Feb. 6. Photo courtesy of the City of Federal Way

Two businesses celebrate grand openings in Federal Way

Old Navy, Azteca Mexican Restaurant now open.

This week, two businesses celebrated their return to Federal Way.

On Feb. 6, Old Navy clothing retailer hosted a grand opening celebration at its new store located at 32021 Pacific Highway South in Celebration Plaza. While the shop held a previous storefront in the early 2000s in the SeaTac Village Shopping Center, Old Navy officially opened its doors at the new location on Feb. 3.

The business had plans to open the store in March or April of last year, said District Manager Kevin Ross at the event last Saturday, but the COVID-19 pandemic delayed development until recent months.

Federal Way’s Old Navy is open from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday-Saturday, and 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Sundays.

On Feb. 9, Azteca Mexican Restaurant celebrated its reopening at 2020 S. 320th Street Suite L in the Center Plaza with a Greater Federal Way Chamber of Commerce ribbon cutting ceremony.

The restaurant was displaced by the incoming Sound Transit Federal Way Link Extension and Tacoma Dome Link Extension projects during the summer of 2020. However, the new location boasts modern interior design, a large backlit bar, delicious meals and the same customer service fueled by family love as the prior location.

Azteca Mexican Restaurant is offering indoor dining and takeout options. The restaurant is open from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Sunday-Thursday, and 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Friday-Saturday.




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L-R: Federal Way Mayor Jim Ferrell, Center Plaza Owner Mark McDonald, Azteca Manager Jaime Monje, Greater Federal Way Chamber of Commerce CEO Rebecca Martin, Federal Way City Councilmember Martin Moore, and Executive Director of Azteca Mexican Restaurants Randy Thurman. Olivia Sullivan/the Mirror

L-R: Federal Way Mayor Jim Ferrell, Center Plaza Owner Mark McDonald, Azteca Manager Jaime Monje, Greater Federal Way Chamber of Commerce CEO Rebecca Martin, Federal Way City Councilmember Martin Moore, and Executive Director of Azteca Mexican Restaurants Randy Thurman. Olivia Sullivan/the Mirror

Old Navy is now open at 32021 Pacific Highway South in Federal Way. Olivia Sullivan/the Mirror

Old Navy is now open at 32021 Pacific Highway South in Federal Way. Olivia Sullivan/the Mirror

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