Wake Up Inc., the parent company of the Spokane-Valley-based Wake Up Call coffee shop company, has leased a 14,200-square-foot corner lot at 1814 N. Division, where the company plans to construct its seventh outlet.
Christopher Arkoosh, who co-owns Wake Up with his mother-in-law Christi Walsh, says the company plans to open an 1,100-square-foot coffee shop there next spring.
Arkoosh and Walsh founded the company in 2004 with the first Wake Up Call stand at 1703 S. Dishman Mica Road, in Spokane Valley.
The new shop will be located at the northeast corner of Division Street and Nora Avenue next door to a Sweeto Burrito outlet that’s under construction at the southeast corner of Nora and Ruby Street.
The project will be built in the company’s signature style, with the structure resembling an oversized red London telephone booth, Arkoosh says.
Studio Called Make LLC, of Spokane, is designing the project, and Camden Homes Inc., of Spokane Valley, will be the contractor, he says.
He declines to disclose a cost estimate for the project.
Arkoosh says the Division-and-Nora store likely will have 15 to 20 employees.
Wake Up Call currently has about 100 employees companywide, he says.
Guy Byrd and John Hillier, both of Spokane commercial real estate brokerage SVN Cornerstone, negotiated the land lease.
Medical & Office
ISD Renal Inc., a Greensboro, Ga.-based chain of dialysis clinics, has leased 10,400 square feet of space for a new clinic in the south bay of the 27,900-square-foot building at 7701 N. Division that’s owned and occupied by Video Only Inc. Chris Bell and Jim Orcutt, both of NAI Black, handled the transaction.
Waddell & Reed Inc., the Overland Park, Kan.-based financial planning and asset management company, has leased 2,900 square feet of space for a new office on the second floor of the Global Credit Union Building, at 320 E. Neider, in Coeur d’Alene. Casey Brazil and Shawn McMahon, both of Kiemle & Hagood Co., handled the transaction. Waddell & Reed also has Spokane offices at 111 N. Post and at 528 E. Spokane Falls Blvd. and another Coeur d’Alene office at 1250 W. Ironwood Drive.
Erin LeVan Agency Inc., a new State Farm insurance agency, has leased 1,300 square feet of office space in the Panhandle Mill Plaza, at 509 N. Fifth, in Sandpoint. Chris Schreiber, of Kiemle & Hagood Co., handled the transaction.
Eli & Bethany Coski, of Spokane, have leased 1,400 square feet of space for a new State Farm insurance office in the Coin Plus Building, at 3203 N. Division. Chad Carper, of Kiemle & Hagood Co., and Kelly Stravens, of Century 21 Beutler & Associates, handled the transaction.
Retail & Parking
Mantree Singe, the operator of the HiCo Village convenience center at 9219 E. Sprague, has bought the center, which has 12,900 square feet of retail space on 2 acres of land, for $3.7 million. Guy Byrd, of SVN Cornerstone, handled the transaction.
C&I Properties LLC, of Spokane, has bought the former Mayfair Café Lounge site at 202 S. Washington, and has demolished the building there to develop a 7,000-square-foot surface parking lot. Matthew Byrd, of SVN Cornerstone, and Chris Batten, of RenCorp Realty LLC, handled the transaction.
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