Here's where to find some of your favorite Melrose and Pine retailers after the buildings on that block go down.

Edie's new location on E Pike. Image via Edie's.

Edie's Shoes Look for style-driven comfort shoes for men and women in the Greenus Building at East Pike and Summit, refurbished by Hunters Capital. And once you find them, join the grand opening party on Thursday, September 12 from 5 to 8 in conjunction with that night's Capitol Hill Art Walk.

Neighboring up with Edie's at the Greenus Building is downtown retailer Great Jones Home. Formerly in the Moore Theater neighborhood, the luxe decor and lifestyle parlor has gone Hill hipster.

Le Frock As reported by CHB, the consignment and vintage retailer was a 22-year veteran of E Pine. The shop has reopened just a few blocks away at 613 E Pike.

Legendary record shop Wall of Sound is moving up near the Northwest Film Forum; they should be all resettled this week—we're guessing you should be able to score vinyl by around Tuesday or Wednesday September 3 or 4.

Vutique has left the building, and all buildings. The collection of vintage and reworked vintage is now online only.