A Utah contractor has started work on an $8.5 million WinCo Foods shopping Center in Coeur d’Alene.
DTL Builders of West Jordan, Utah, is grading the 17-acre site at Ramsey Road and West Appleway Avenue, just north of Interstate 90. Construction of the 74,000-square-foot store is expected to take about 6½ months.
The store will anchor a retail center, The CrossRoads at Coeur d’Alene, being developed by Hughes Investments. The goal is to open the center in early March 2014.
Boise-based WinCo, an employee-owned company, has 86 stores in seven states.
Vision Center relocates
Northside Vision Center is relocating its north Spokane office to 3,100 square feet of space at 601 W. Francis.
The eye clinic expects to complete the move by July 1.
Brokers were Jeff McGougan and Don Jamieson of NAI Black and Gregg Patterson for Plese Realty.
Sandpoint pair open eatery
Lindsay Rich and Emily French, two Sandpoint residents, will open Brick & Barley, a new restaurant, at First Street and Bridge in Sandpoint. The address is 202 First Ave., the former location of The Loading Dock.
They hope to open on June 1.
Brick & Barley will offer fire-roasted pizza and a lineup of artisan bread sandwiches.
They’ll be open seven days a week.
CompuNet takes Valley space
CompuNet Inc., a Boise-based regional IT service provider, is leasing 2,700 square feet for a new office and flex space at 15320 E. Marietta in Spokane Valley. The company offers a range of information tech services for businesses and organizations.
James S. Black III of NAI Black and Mark Lucas of Kiemle & Hagood represented the tenant and landlord, North Valley Business Park.
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