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Artisan bakery set for downtown

Kate Rose Hansen and Jeremy Hansen will open The Common Crumb, an artisan bakery and chocolate shop, in mid-January at the Saranac Commons in downtown Spokane.

The couple also own and operate Santé Restaurant.

They’re leasing about 1,275 square feet in the renovated commons building, at 19 W. Main Ave. They will make a variety of breads and baked goods, including eclairs and croissants all made by hand.

The Hansens plan a soft opening in the first week of January.

The business will be open 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. daily, serving sandwiches for lunch and dinner.

Home health care relocates

Hearts ’n Hands Home Health Care has moved to a new office at 606 N. Pines Road, Suite 102, in Spokane Valley.

The company, managed by Jerod Fross, had outgrown its previous office. It’s leasing 2,500 square feet for its staff.

Marc Mowrer of Kiemle & Hagood handled the lease.

Siler Chiropractic clinic relocates

Chiropractor Adam Siler has leased 850 square feet for a new office at 502 S. Sullivan Road, in Spokane Valley.

Siler Chiropractic has been leasing space at 100 N. Mullan Road. The move, taking place in January, will allow for Siler’s practice to expand, he said.

Accuflo moves into business park

Accuflo Air Systems leased 6,400 square feet at the Spokane Business & Industrial Park, 3808 N. Sullivan Road, in Spokane Valley. It’s moved from a previous Valley office.

The eight-person firm installs and services heating and cooling systems in the area.

Finance planning consultant moves

Financial Strategies, a finance planning consultant, is moving from 1910 E. Schneidmiller Ave. in Post Falls to 1250 Ironwood Ave. in Coeur d’Alene.

The move is prompted by the demolition of the Post Falls building as work continues on a new I-90 freeway overpass.

Owner Tim Van Lohuizen said he expects to open the new office in January.

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