The Children's Warehouse holds grand opening
The Children's Warehouse had its grand opening Aug. 1 at 2120 N. Third St. (next to Resort Property Management). The business formerly was Babies and Beyond at 4025 Government Way with owner Susan Elliott-Lawson retiring after 22 years.
Stephanie Booth will offer new and used clothing, toys, maternity clothing and more and will welcome gently used clothes and baby items on consignment. She is helped by Brooke Neal, Mona Sage, Emily Duncan, Donna Morrow and Thea Toeple.
Hours are 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Tuesday through Friday and 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday.
Pole Goddess Fitness opens in Dalton Plaza
A women's only pole dance fitness studio, Pole Goddess Fitness Studio is at 5624 Government Way in Dalton Corner Plaza.
Owning sisters Jesse Bielski and Jamie Sapiens offer "a place where women can get fit, have fun and feel like a goddess." With the grand opening held Aug. 1, hours are 8 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays, 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Saturdays and 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sundays. Classes are for all fitness levels.
Phone 208-416-8277. Check www.polegoddessfitness.com.
Momentum Sports & Play moves to Schreiber Way
With the goal to build confidence, encourage self-esteem and inspire children to dream big, Momentum Sports & Play opened about Aug. 7 at 3877 N. Schreiber Way. It has been at 245 W. Bosanko Ave. since 2020.
Josh and Katie Terra offer non-competitive gymnastics, Ninja, cheerleading and tumbling programs to allow children to learn and achieve in a positive, caring environment. The new facility has a spring floor, BigAirBag pit (no foam), in-ground TumblTrak, trampoline, Ninja Rig and more. It has indoor seating for parents and families, a covered patio for outdoor viewing and will have summer camps and birthday parties.
Existing classes resumed Aug. 7, and more will begin in September weekdays beginning at 10 a.m.
Phone 208-966-4535. Check www.momentumsportsandplay.com.
Inland Kava Bar opens in downtown Cd'A
A non-alcoholic social scene that encourages a relational environment of peace and unity, Inland Kava Bar has opened at 118 E. Lakeside Ave. downtown. It will be expanding into the former Toro Viejo space on Second Street.
Owner and manager Nathan Rogers offers mocktails and other herbal drinks and live music on weekends. He will add trivia nights and TV sporting events. Kava is a Pacific island drink made from the roots of a pepper plant used for celebration ceremonies and recreation.
Hours are 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. Monday to Wednesday, 9 a.m. to midnight Thursday to Saturday and 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Sundays. Phone 208-209-3054. Check www.inlandkavabar.com.
Riverstone Dental Care adding third location
A third location for Riverstone Dental Care is being built at the intersection of Ramsey Road and Prairie Avenue. Planning to open at the end of the year, it will join the company's current locations at 2344 N. Merritt Creek Loop in Coeur d'Alene and 3095 E. Mullan Ave., (Suite 400) in Post Falls.
The new building will be two floors of 20,000 square feet with multiple tenants and a shared daylight basement for banquets and meetings.
Riverstone Dental Care offers general dental care including routine cleanings and exams, fillings, same-day crowns, implants, root canals and wisdom teeth extractions. Hours are 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. weekdays. The Coeur d'Alene location is also open 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturdays.
Phone 208-676-8500. Check www.riverstonedental.com.
Three suites available in new Cd'A building
Three suites are available in a new building at 2420 Government Way.
Ranging from 898 to 915 square feet, each unit is a shell with a fully finished bathroom with tenants finishing the balance of the space. The landlord pays property taxes, building insurance, sewer, water and garbage fees.
For information, contact Danny Davis of Coldwell Banker Commercial real estate at 2000 Northwest Blvd. Phone 208-765-2222.
Mark and Nicole Randolph own the building and the office building in the back. They own the Roger's Burgers restaurants.
Coeur d'Alene Flea Market opens
The seasonal Coeur d'Alene Flea Market opened Aug. 13 with more than 40 vendors at the Roosevelt Inn, 105 E. Wallace Ave.
Open 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. each month's second Sunday through October, it includes crafts, eats, live music and more.
Phone 208-691-2670. Check www.cdaflea.com.
Outlaw Coffee opens in Hayden
Offering coffee, energy drinks, breakfast and more, Outlaw Coffee has opened at 10374 Government Way in Hayden. It's part of the Marketplace@Miles development.
Owner Brittany Harris and her team of baristas have a drive-through with several coffee options, breakfast burritos, bagel sandwiches and energizing drinks, including their signature Original Galaxy Smoothie.
Hours are 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday and 5 a.m. to 7 p.m. weekdays and through Door Dash delivery. Phone 208-719-7350.
Marketplace@Miles building in Hayden
Describing it as a "new product vendor mall," Marketplace@Miles is under construction in the southeast corner of Government Way and Miles Avenue in Hayden.
Spaces in a variety of sizes are available for retail vendors with additional onsite storage offered. It should open before the holiday shopping season.
Partners include Tony and Susan Villelli, Jeff and Kellie Hanna, Rob Franc, Jeramie and Angela Terzulli, Tom and Ashley Villelli, Devin and Stacie Nagel, Illya and Tony Dotson and Chad and Melissa Burd.
Information is through Commercial Real Estate Consultants at 208-691-5328 and www.marketplaceatmiles.com.
Bolton Law plans Riverstone place
A new facility for Bolton Law is being built at 2317 N. Merritt Creek Loop just off Northwest Boulevard on the east end of Riverstone.
The law firm serves clients in general civil litigation, employment and family law matters and criminal defense from its current location at 2025 W. Park Place (Suite 101) from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays. The new location should open in the spring.
The staff includes attorney and owner K. Jill Bolton and associate attorneys Taylor Ogborn, Kourtney Jones and Christopher Cash. Phone 208-306-3360. Check www.kjboltonlaw.com.
Now the Tidbits
• Shari's restaurant has closed and the building is available off U.S. 95 and Ironwood. Evidently the U.S. Bank Service Center has closed at 3200 W. Seltice Way.
• Modern Roots will open at 110 Fourth St.
• Three suites are available in a new building at 2420 Government Way. Ranging from 898 to 915 square feet, each unit is a shell with a fully finished bathroom with tenants finishing the balance of the space. For information, contact Danny Davis of Coldwell Banker Commercial real estate at 2000 Northwest Blvd. Phone 208-765-2222.
• Commercial spaces on the first floor and 24 apartments on the second and third floors are planned for a new Appleway Quarter building planned for 281 E. Appleway (behind the existing Wellness Bar and Hometown Chiro building). Three of the four spots are temporarily reserved on the first floor with 5,000 square feet remaining. The apartments will include 16 two-bed, two-bath units and eight one-bed one-bath, all with access to a third-floor barbecue sun deck and private gym. Construction should start this year with completion in fall 2024. Contact Chad Oakland of Northwest Realty Group at 208-664-4200 or www.northwestrealtygroup.com.
• Selkirk Sport will relocate its pro shop from 12037 N. Tracey Road in Hayden to 7878 Government Way later this year.
• Bioperformance Institute has a "coming soon" sign in the center space of the Plaza Shops downtown.
• Huetter Business Park, which is three flex industrial and office buildings owned by Etco Services, will open in late fall on Huetter Road north of Interstate 90 and Seltice Way. About 8,600 square feet and yard space are available in each building through leasing agent Jeffrey Simonds of Coldwell Banker Commercial Schneidmiller Realty at 208-518-8860.
• Many commercial construction projects are happening between Stateline and Post Falls. Here's a list of the places. To see more precise locations, check the www.inlandnwbusiness.com website by Matt Behringer. The businesses listed include a Circle K gas station and convenience store, a Napa Auto Parts, Wendy's, The Joint Chiropractic and The Man Shop, Gesa Credit Union, Nutex Post Falls Emergency Hospital, Popeye's Louisiana Kitchen, Dutch Bros. Coffee, Taco Bell and Thai Bamboo. Other new buildings will include apartments, condos, warehouses and storage spaces.
• The children's activity center Make It Messy and the marine construction company R&R Northwest is opening in a new building at 1857 W. Hayden Ave. Make It Messy is a blend between an arts and craft space, sensory play and activities such as at a children's museum. People of all ages can express themselves creatively, expand their imaginations and stimulate their senses. It can host birthday parties or private family events through owner Heather Gillis. Hours will be 10 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. weekdays, 10 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. Saturdays and noon to 5 p.m. Sundays. Check www.makeitmessycda.com. R&R Northwest and founder Brandon Richardson are booking projects for summer 2024. Check www.rrnorthwest.com.
• A new ambulatory surgery center is under construction by Northwest Specialty Hospital at 1624 E. Mullan Ave. directly east of its main campus at 1593 E. Polston Ave. in Post Falls. The 9,600-square-foot place will be used for surgeries that don't require overnight stays and will have two outpatient surgery rooms with options for future expansion. It should open in early 2024. Phone 208-262-2300. Check www.nwsh.com.
• With buildings of 168,000 and 238,000 square feet, The Pointe at Post Falls should be complete in October on North Beck Road and Pointe Parkway. Zoned industrial, the buildings have deck-high loading doors and eight ground-level drive-in doors. Check Darren Slackman for lease rates at firstname.lastname@example.org. Phone 509-622-3593.
• The fence outside the long-empty Golden Corral building off U.S. 95 has a sign (Coming Soon — Yummy Crab Seafood).
• New buildings for Tractor Supply, Idaho Guns & Outdoors and Hayden Sharp DDS are being built in the Athol Crossings complex east of U.S. 95 in Athol. They are joining several other new places with the key business of Super 1 Foods.
• A new Marriott Hotel will evidently be built downtown.
• North Idaho Eye Institute has acquired the former Teton Restaurant building at 1901 Seltice in Post Falls and will move there from 1110 Polston.
• With 16 luxury apartments on floors 2 and 3 and an Akamai Coffee Co. on the ground floor, the Midtown Centre Apartments building should be complete soon at 821 N. Fourth St. The contact is John Beutler of Century 21 Realty at 208-765-5554.
• Beacon Cancer Care and Ironwood Family Practice will be in the large building under renovation at 3815 N. Schreiber Way. For spaces in the building, contact Helo Hancock at email@example.com or Shayna Wood at firstname.lastname@example.org.
• Two 1,550-square-foot suites with 2,500-square-foot shop areas will be available for lease in Anderl Plaza under construction at 8512 N. Wayne Drive in Hayden. For information, contact Hayden Anderl at 208-964-0234.
• U-Haul Self-Storage will be at Seltice Way and Herborn in Post Falls.
• Building permits have been issued for several businesses planning to be in The Mill building under construction at 1705 Government Way. Included are an apparel shop, a barber shop, a beauty-and-wellness place, a bone-and-dye place, a coffee shop and the Ten/6 restaurant. When complete, The Mill will be four stories of 43,000 square feet with retail on the ground floor and 43 apartments on the upper floors. The building owner is Widmyer Corp. real estate.
• New buildings under construction in Hayden include Lake Forest Interior Design (9245 Government Way) and Hayden Surgery Center (8552 Government Way).
• A commercial building with three suites is being constructed at 9041 N. Hess St. (just north of Walmart) in Hayden. The suites of 1,100 square feet each can contain retail or office places with easy access and visibility to U.S. 95. Contact Josh Beebe at Coldwell Banker Schneidmiller Realty at 208-699-7980.
• The neighboring Anthem Corners project has one of the three suites leased with two units available. They can be combined for a 3,920-square-foot unit. Contact Joel Johnson of Coldwell Banker Schneidmiller at 208-771-6068.
• A Nothing Bundt Cakes bakery will be built at 201 W. Neider Ave.
• The Lighthouse Motel is being renovated at 2018 Sherman.
• A large building planned to open in late summer or fall for 851 Fourth Ave. (at Idaho Street) in Post Falls will be called Kindred & Co. with books, home goods and a bistro.
• Watch for a change where Gross Donuts was at U.S. 95 and Cherry.
• Spoon Junkie or Rogue Carnivore evidently will be a new place at 400 N. Fourth St.
• Phase I of the new Kinder Prep Learning Center is under construction at 1847 W. Prairie Ave. The curriculum promotes hands-on, sensory and play-based learning experiences for ages 18 months to 5 years old in an environment that is nature themed and community driven. For information on pre-enrollment, check www.kinderpreplearningcenter.com. Phone 208-916-0265.
• A medical office will be at 909 W. Canfield.
• A 20,000-square-foot structure called Prairie Professional is under construction on the north side of the intersection of Prairie Avenue and Ramsey Road. The office building to be complete in December will have suite sizes from 2,200 to 10,000 square feet available. A main tenant will be Riverstone Dental Care. For information on the space available, contact Rob Kannapien of Coldwell Banker Commercial Schneidmiller Realty at 208-704-3832 or E-Fax 208-515-2385.
• Golden Rule Brake is coming to 3826 E. Seltice Way (near the intersection of Highway 41 and Interstate 90) in Post Falls.
• Watch for Prime IV Hydration & Wellness to be in Ironwood Square.
• The Thomas George building planned for the corner of Third Street and Front Avenue will be 18 stories mixed with commercial places on the first floor and 60 condominiums above.
• Ariat, Kimes Ranch and Wrangler are western-wear stores that will be coming to the Silver Lake Mall.
• Many of 16 commercial spaces are available in the planned Prairie Crossing Shopping Center in the northeast corner of Highway 41 and Prairie Avenue.
• The PACR office building is under construction at 1857 W. Hayden Ave. All four commercial units are leased.
• An automotive service center will be built at 185 W. Clayton Ave.
• "Coming Soon" signs in Hayden are for a Metro Express car wash, Dirty Bird Self Car Wash and a Consign Furniture.
• TownePlace Suites by Marriott Hotel is being built where the Outback Steakhouse was in the southeast corner of I-90 and Northwest Boulevard.
• A DOMA Coffee Roastering Co. will be on the over-the-river side of a development being built where the end of Atlas Road meets the Spokane River.
• Sebastian's Coffee & Pastry will be at 1114 W. Ironwood.
• Pilgrims Market will expand to a building across the street.
• A new pizza place will be in the former Syringa building on Fourth Street.
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