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Wade plans store in Kendall Yards

Josh Wade, who launched Nectar Tasting Room in 2011 in downtown Spokane, is adding a wine-and-beer specialty store and pub in the Kendall Yards neighborhood.

He will move into a 2,200-square-foot space at 1331 W. Summit Parkway, adjoining Veraci Pizza and east of Central Food. It will be called Nectar Wine and Beer.

Veraci Pizza will provide the menu, Wade said. He expects the new location to open in February.

Wade has launched a Kickstarter campaign hoping to raise $20,000 to provide his initial inventory. Hissong Design Group will do interior design for the pub.

Nectar Tasting Room will remain open. The new business will operate six days a week, Wade said.

Farmgirlfit opens CdA location

Farmgirlfit, the Spokane-based fitness and training business, has opened a second location in Coeur d’Alene.

Founded by five Gonzaga University graduates, the gym has been in operation for three years in Spokane.

The business offers a variety of training programs focused on the needs of women from 16 to 65, said Jaunessa Walsh, one of the owners.

Its Coeur d’Alene address is 2930 N. Government Way.

Pilates teacher joins Movemore

Maria Sevilla, owner of Pilates Life, has moved her business and joined forces in a new studio, Movemore Spokane.

She’s moved into the Haystack Building, 731 S. Garfield St., near the South Perry District. She’s become a business partner with Katie Cooley, who had run the Yoga Shala business in that building.

They’re leasing about 3,000 square feet and are offering classes six days a week.

Yoga studio leases new space

Community Yoga of Spokane has moved into a new studio at 45 E. Weile Ave. in north Spokane. Owner Margie Granat is leasing the 1,000-square-foot space, formerly used by a retail business.

Chris Bell and Drew Ulrick, both of NAI Black, helped arrange the lease.


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