Here’s the Dirt: Law office relocates
Law office relocates
Spokane attorney John Munding has moved his law office from the Davenport Tower to the former Bloomsday organization office, at 1610 W. Riverside Ave.
Munding paid $326,000 for the 3,500-square-foot office building. The Lilac Bloomsday Association moved to another office in the West Central neighborhood.
Brian Walker of NAI Black represented the buyer. Pat Martin, of Martin Partners Real Estate, represented the Bloomsday Association in the deal.
Harbor Freight opens CdA store
Harbor Freight Tools, a national retailer, has opened its first North Idaho store at 410 W. Neider Ave., in Coeur d’Alene.
It took over the 17,000-square-foot building last used by a health and fitness club.
The California-based chain has more than 400 stores nationwide. It has locations in Spokane at 15312 E. Sprague Ave. and 6506 N. Nevada St.
Carl Guenzel of Kiemle & Hagood brokered the deal.
Bundt franchise opens new store
Spokane’s first Nothing Bundt Cakes location has opened near Lincoln Heights at 2525 E. 29th Ave., suite 1B.
The store is also the first Nothing Bundt Cake franchise in Washington, said Samuel Canty, who’s operating the South Hill location.
One of the two women who founded the company in 2006 grew up in Spokane. Debbie Shwetz, a Spokane native and former Lilac Festival princess from Lewis and Clark High School, teamed up with Dena Tripp to launch the company. Both lived in Las Vegas at the time.
Chad Carper, with Kiemle & Hagood, represented the landlord, Stanek Enterprises. Jim Slavin of SDS Realty represented Canty.
Bombshell Boutique opens
Amber Doyle has opened Bombshell Boutique, a women’s apparel retail shop, at 21950 E. Country Vista Drive in Liberty Lake. Doyle is also consolidating her skin-care line company, Zaki Organics, inside the new store, open Tuesday through Saturday.