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Gamer’s Haven owners preparing space near Kendall Yards to include bar, restaurant

The Gamer’s Haven, a tabletop gaming store, is relocating to Spokane’s West Central neighborhood and opening a bar and restaurant, according to permits issued by the city.

Owners of the store, which is moving from its Pines Road location in Spokane Valley, are renovating a building at 1403 W. Broadway Ave. that they purchased in January for $440,000.

The owners – Bob Kelley, Chris Skinner and Melissa Cheney – are renovating 5,500 square feet of the two-story building into a restaurant and bar space called Mythos, the Gamer’s Haven store and offices. The work is valued at $500,000.

The building, constructed in 1903, has long been used as lawyer offices and sits just north of Kendall Yards, the growing housing and retail development on the north bank of the Spokane River.

The project’s general contractor is Dale Smith Construction, of Spokane Valley. HDG Architecture, of Spokane designed the project.

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