Moderators, not sure if you want to move some of that discussion here as well.
Anyway, as noted, inside Seattle city limits, no Walmart owned stores currently operate. A Sam's Club was on the northern fringe of the city but closed when Walmart made a large store culling a few years back.
When I lived in Seattle (a decade ago now), some store-level managers I'd met that worked at Federal Way Walmart said that the company had planned to bring in Neighborhood Market retail, similar to how they've shoehorned in some locations for the Portland, Ore. metro south of the Columbia River (Clark County, Wash. has several supercenters and a few NMs). Then the company pulled back from NM expansion nationwide and here we are.
Target wise, Brian noted that there were 5 inside Seattle city limits.
- Downtown Seattle - Pretty large "grocery" department on the first level. This is a 'city' Target and used the space pretty well.
- West Seattle (Westwood Village) - Adjacent to a QFC and one of two Targets open in Seattle when I lived there. I believe it was remodeled at the time, but I don't know how much of a pFresh department it received. QFC operates a location in this shopping center.
- Northgate - This location is on 2 levels of a large 6 (?) story tall shopping center that is definitely going to fit well as Northgate changes over time with the light rail expansion. It was receiving a pFresh remodel when I moved.
- Ballard - New location that is in the first floor of a building, looks to be sized at the new "express" size
- U District - Looks to be "express" sized with convenience grocery built in a former bank branch