Business Bites: Qdoba planned in West Bank; Kenny’s downtown closed; West Bank construction; apartments underway for Touro students; game club opens; Voyagers field upgrade
, 2023-04-04 21:54:29,
The city issued a building permit for a mixed use building in West Bank Landing.
The building will house a Qdoba restaurant, according to discussions the city planning office has had with the developer Brad Talcott, though Qdoba has not yet confirmed the location.
Planning board approves subdivision for new West Bank restaurant
The building will also include three to four other tenants that are not yet known, according to the city planning office.
Kenny’s Downtown Convenience Store
Kenny’s Downtown Convenience Store has apparently closed. The store at the corner of Central Avenue and 6th Street has been cleared out. We’re not sure yet why or what’s planned for the space.
Highway 55 Burgers and Fries
The city planning office reviewed and issued the building permit for the Highway 55 Burgers and Fries restaurant in West Bank One. The project is new construction on a vacant parcel behind the Kobe Steakhouse.
Business Bites: Emerald City Casino demolition; West Bank Landing permits submitted; no, there’s not a Chik-fil-A under construction; Baatz project progressing; Zadick wrestling club; Wellness406 open; Family Affair reopens; local chef on Food Network; Rise Athletics teams place nationally
Mountain Wave Distillery
The city planning office has issued the building permit for the Mountain Wave Distillery at 313 Central Ave.
According to the plans filed with the city, the permit was issued for a 669-square foot distilling room; 1,302-square foot seating area and a 149-square foot bar.
Business Bites: BMW rally economic impact; She Bare relocates; Mountain Wave façade revealed; Newberry concert for Sound Association; Greystone Inn renovation expected to start soon; iCan Bike Camp needs participants; Lions Family FunFest needs volunteers; Lewis and Clark Festival this weekend
The city planning office is still reviewing the building permit for the Panda Express location in West Bank Landing.
Business Bites: Cartwheel demolition planned for Chipotle; Fiesta En Jalisco managers leaving; Emerald City Casino demolition planned; The Electric’s 5th Anniversary party; Downtown Night Market; new Panda Express location planned
The city planning office is still reviewing the building permit for the 109-room hotel planned for West Bank Landing.
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The city planning office issued permits for the last two buildings in the Aurora Apartments complex…
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