Wednesday, August 29, 2012
Coeur d' Alene new business update: Aug 29th 2012
In the Coeur d' Alene / North Idaho area....
Fray is now open at 811 N 4th St in the middle of Midtown Coeur d' Alene. Fray sells some furniture as well as home decor, art ,bags ,candles and lotions among many other items.
A new web business designed to help promote other businesses has got it's start and has moved into office space on the 3rd floor of the Parkside Tower in Downtown Coeur d' Alene. The new business is named Ishoutout .
The former Salon Bella Dona has a new owner a new name. The salon recently took on the name Revive Salon and Spa and will remain on Lakeside Ave in Downtown Coeur d' Alene.
Gold ,Silver and Platinum coins are the specialties of a new coin shop opening in the Highlands Crossing Shopping Center at the corner of Hwy 41 and Mullan Ave in Post Falls. The new coin dealer will be called Coin Revival.
Although they have been open since June( I never said I was fast at this! ) New Sun Adventures LLC are the new kids on the block in Coeur d' Alene's boat and Jet Ski rental industry. New Sun's offices are located just north of Downtown Coeur d' Alene at the corner of 2nd and Indiana .
Site work is now underway for the opening of Coeur d' Alene newest hotel , Springhill Inn and Suites . The new Spring Hill will be next door to the Holiday Inn on Seltice Way near I-90 exit 11 . The hotel should open next year.
A major remodel is underway to give a better work out experience for the members and guests at Peak Fitness on Ironwood near Kootenai Medical Center in Coeur d' Alene. The remodel will include a re-do of the lobby and lounge area, new locker rooms as well as several other expansions. Peak plans a grand re-opening later this year although they plan to stay open during the construction.
A new indoor sports facility is now open in Post Falls, The facility is called Premier Sports Center and is located on Commerce Dr in the Seltice Way Commerce Park (off of Seltice Way inbetween Post Falls and Coeur d' Alene)
Body piercing business Relic Moon has moved but have no fear they are still located in Coeur d' Alene's Silver Lake Mall, Relic Moon is now in a bigger space on the north end of the Mall.
Wellness business Healing Foundations has opened next to the new State Farm Insurance office at 609 Calgary Ct. in Post Falls.
The street style Taco restaurant Taco Loco across Seltice Way from US Bank in Post Falls( Near Idaho St.) is now Ricardo's Baja Tacos . Unsure if there will be any menu changes.
The clock and watch retailer Watches by Gosh located in Downtown Coeur d' Alene's Resort Plaza Shops shopping mall is apparently going out of business.
Idaho Forest Group is planning a major expansion to it's lumber mill operations at the tiny town of Chilco just north of Coeur d' Alene along US 95. Some neighbors to the mill have spoken out against the expansion but as of now permits have been ok'd and plans will move forward.
Coeur d' Alene and Idaho souvenir retailer Live by the Lake has moved into a new bigger space in Downtown Coeur d' Alene now directly on Sherman Ave. Live by the Lake is open in the space in the 500 Block of E. Sherman that once was Northwest Artists Art Gallery and store.
Live by the Lake will also now include a new business called Becca's Antique Attic
TI Sommer's Hair Salon will open soon at 1520 1/2 E. Sherman Ave in Coeur d' Alene
Hiring is underway and the opening is fast approching on a new wine bar I reported on earlyer on this blog. The Satay Bistro and Wine Bar will open soon on 4th St. on the North end of Midtown Coeur d' Alene. Satay is owned by the same individual as the Hot Rod Cafe (which i'm also hearing a rumor about...more on this soon hopefully)
Construction work is underway for the new Pleasant View Surgery Center at 4171 W. Expo Pkwy across the street from the Love's Truck Stop in Post Falls.
Also previously reported on LePeep Cafe is also very close to opening in Coeur d' Alene. LePeep is a chain restaurant that serves breakfast and lunch and will be located in 1st floor of the Belleviere Condo building in the Riverstone development.
Posted by Matthew Behringer at 12:00 PM