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Jarms movies to new Cheney space, Bruce Greene brings back Bruchi’s

Here's the advance read on the notable new real-estate retail deals going down in Spokane, and Cheney.

Jarms Hardware takes new space

Jarms True Value Hardware is moving to a new location at 6 Cheney-Spokane Road, next to the Trading Company Grocery.

The hardware business has operated at 1720 Second in Cheney for more than 35 years.

The new location will address the store’s need for more space, totaling just over 22,000 square feet.

Expected move-in date is this summer, depending on the sale or lease of the current property, a press release said.

Colin Conway of Kiemle & Hagood will handle the lease or sale of the existing hardware store.

Bruchi’s plans South Hill return

Bruce Greene, founder of the Bruchi’s sandwich shops in Spokane, will reopen a new store at one of his former South Hill sites.

Greene, who started the sandwich retail chain in 1980 in Spokane, will open a new store at 2804 E. 29th.

That address featured a Bruchi’s until it was closed several years ago. The business that took that spot, Gridiron Subs, closed its doors in 2012.

Greene has not set an opening date for the location.

Darren Slackman and Chris Bell represented the landlord, Harlan Douglass, and Greene. Both agents work at NAI Black.

The Spokesman-Review business team follows economic development in Spokane and the Inland Northwest.