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Downtown Mishawaka supermarket and café in plans


gdfggdgfffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffA boutique supermarket and cafe could open next spring on the first floor of a new $15 million Mishawaka condo complex. Scott Savin, proprietor and managing partner at Barak River Rock and River Rock Apartments, affirmed that they are in final talks with a small supermarket and coffeehouse for the building.

The name of the planned owner of the store and cafe is not being uncovered as of now, he said. It will be an incredible resource for the building and to the bigger neighborhood,” Savin said.

A yoga and barre wellness studio additionally could situate on the first floor of River Walk in a space adjoining the supermarket and café. All the proposed organizations would be locally possessed venues, Barak River Rock authorities affirmed.

Construction started in January on the River Rock complex that will contain 73 residential spaces in the northwest block of the Main Street and Mishawaka Avenue. “We have various stores and get normal request, however we’re still around 190 days from finish,” Savin said. “Commonly people don’t begin renting until 60 to 80 days before opening.”

The 1.6-section of land River Rock site in the past housed a flat building that was sitting  west of a 7-Eleven grocery store. That building was pulverized before new development started. At the point when the city affirmed the project a year ago, Mishawaka city planner Ken Prince said possible occupants or even sorts of tenants for the space were not particularly identified.

Mishawaka city authorities have said they trust the River Rock venture — and its occupants — will help existing downtown companies and drive creator’s enthusiasm for other close-by properties along the river.

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