Issaquah PCC Natural Markets

Issaquah PCC

Open daily 6 a.m. to 11 p.m.

All stores will close at 7 p.m. on Christmas Eve and all stores will be closed on Christmas Day.

at Pickering Place
1810 12th Ave. N.W.
Issaquah, WA 98027

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Going east on I-90: Take Highway 900/Renton/Lake Sammamish State Park exit (Exit 15). There are two exit lanes; get in the left exit lane, under the brown Lake Sammamish State Park sign. Turn left at light onto 17th Ave. NW. At second light, take a right into Pickering Place shopping center. Follow "S" curve. PCC is on the left, next to Big 5 Sporting Goods.

(During peak traffic times, this exit can be very crowded. It may be best to use earlier alternate Exit 13.)

Alternate Exit 13: Take SE Newport Way/ W Lake Sammamish Parkway SE exit (Exit 13). Bear left at fork in exit. Loop around over the freeway. Turn right onto W Lake Sammamish Parkway SE. Follow parallel to I-90 approximately 2.5 miles. At light, proceed forward into Pickering Place shopping center.

Going west on I-90: Take Highway 900/ W Renton exit (Exit 15). Exit to the right. Take right at next light into Pickering Place shopping center. Follow "S" curve. PCC is on the left, next to Big 5 Sporting Goods.

Transit bus schedules:
For Community Transit bus schedules and trip planning, go to Or call 425-353-7433 / toll-free: 800-562-1375.

For Metro bus schedules and trip planning, go to or call 206-553-3000.

Bike racks are available at all our stores.

About this location

This store was remodeled in 2010. Eco-elements include:

  • Installed PCC's first on-site food scrap harvester in partnership with WISErg Corporation.
  • Cabinets are made from 100 percent recycled wood fiber.
  • Restroom countertops are made from locally-sourced NovuStone.
  • Seating area and bathroom wall coverings are made from bamboo.
  • All the lumber and plywood are certified by the Forest Stewardship Council.
  • Wall tiles are handmade from recycled glass or clay.
  • The refrigerant is R-407a, a gas that doesn’t contain CFCs or deplete the ozone layer.
  • Mitsubishi Jet Towels for hygiene and paper waste reduction.
  • Porcelain floor tiles which require no waxing or stripping maintenance.
  • The interior wall paint used contains no formaldehyde, and has very low VOCs.
  • Food bank partnerships with Issaquah Food & Clothing Bank, Renton Community Co-op and Community Resource Network.

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T: Can't believe they don't build custom deli sandwiches. I guess I'll keep going to whole foods and qfc.

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