Another Coeur d Alene business is on the move to make way for LCDC's affordable apartment project on 4th St in Midtown Coeur d Alene.This time Paris Flea Market will move out of their building which is scheduled to be torn down to 5,800 sq feet of space at 1815 N 4th St still in Coeur d Alene.The new store will be in a strip mall inbetween The Hospice Thrift Store and Fasteners,Inc.
Edwards Jewlery and Loan in Post Falls has also moved into a bigger space.The jewelry store had been at 205 E. Seltice in the same strip mall American Family Insurance and is now at 504 E. Seltice which was last the Leftovers Thrift Store.
Spokane's famous Dider's Yogurt and More at 10410 N Divsion St is back open,Dider's was forced to close earlyer this winter due to a car crashing into the side of their building.
It is also now offical that Spokane's US Mail sorting facility will absorb 3 smaller sorting centers in Pasco,Yakima and Wenachee,WA .The Spokane Mail processing center is located at 2928 S Spotted Rd near the Spokane International Airport.The move was made to help the USPS avoid bankrupcy and is being similar closures are being made thruout the nation.
A Personal Fit is now open is Spokane Valley at 11415 E. Trent Ave. A Personal Fit does fitness traning as well as counciling and offers off site fitness classes at a couple of grange buildings in Spokane County.
Look for Downtown Spokane's new Lululemon Athletica store to open soon.The new store features technical clothing for yoga and running and will even have a running club.The new store opens March 30th at 117 N Howard St.
Also new to Downtown Spokane is Wojo Works. Wojo Works sells modern furniture and other home goods from their home at 824 W. Sprague Ave.
Exciting news in Post Falls as the former Arby's building at Seltice and Bay St. across from The Trading Company grocery store has been sold and will re-open as Fu-Ki Japanese Steak House .The building will undergo some work first however and i'll keep you up to date as to when the new resturant might open.
One of the newest stores in Spokane's Hillyard neighborhood is open,Hillyard Dollar Depot opened recently in 3000 sq feet of space at 3121 E. Francis Ave.
And in other resturant news,The Sushi Track Resturant which was Spokane's first conveyor belt style Sushi resturant has a new owner and new name.The resturant is now Beyond Belt Sushi and Roll.They are still open in the same location at 7458 N Division St.