Wednesday, August 15, 2012
Coeur d' Alene area New Business Update : Aug 15th 2012
In the Coeur d' Alene area...
The Rockin' Robin Cafe at 3650 N Government Way in Coeur d' Alene has closed ending a long run as a popular breakfast and lunch hot spot.
But fans of the Rockin' Robin Cafe won't have to wait long as the Broken Egg Cafe will open soon in the cafe's building on N Government Way.
Verizon reseller Phones Plus is building a new store and headquarters building at the corner of Herborn and Seltice Way near I-90 in Post Falls. Site work is underway now.
Surplus and firearms dealer Triple S has become Don's Triple S Surplus . Don's is located in Hayden at 9422 N Government Way.
Anita's Antiques is now open in Priest River. Anita's can be found at 535 High St across from AJ's Cafe.
The John Popp Massianic Fellowship is a Jewish religious organization which is moving into space in Post Falls at 305 N Spokane St.
All Star Guitars is now open in Post Falls. The guitar store is located in suite a of the strip mall at 205 W. Seltice Way.
Decor Amor which had been a home decor store on Government Way across the road from Silver Lake Mall in Coeur d' Alene has closed their retail store. Decor Amor however can still be found around the Inland Northwest as a booth vendor at certain shows and sales.
Construction is underway for the newest assisted living complex in Coeur d' Alene. The new complex will be located at 2772 W. Avante Loop directly next to Woodland Middle School. The name of the new facility is to be Renaissance Assisted Living .
Coeur d' Alene's Paris Flea Market has opened a new coffee and esspresso stand inside of the new larger flea market space. The new coffee stand is called Alley Cat Coffee Co. and is located inside at 1815 N 4th St in Midtown Coeur d' Alene.
CoinNuts which was a coin store and gold and silver buyer in the Sunset Mall Shopping Center across US 95 from Fred Meyer has closed. There is some rumors going around about this closure being the result of a raid, at this point I cannot confirm this.
Posted by Matthew Behringer at 12:00 PM