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Huxdotter Coffee broke ground on December 17th for their new 3,585 square foot building at 101 West Park Street in North Bend. The new building replaces the old 200 square foot drive-thru building and the former car wash on the corner of Park Street and Main Avenue. The 101 West Park, LLC building was designed by BCRA architects out of Seattle, WA with a target opening date of June 1st, 2019.
Huxdotter Coffee will occupy most
of the building with a new café and drive-thru, leaving another 1,770 square
feet for one or two additional tenants.
The building has been in the
planning stages for almost two years. The cafe, a Pacific Northwest styled
space designed by Bargreen Ellingson, will preserve both the history of the
Snoqualmie Valley's past and cater to its growing population of outdoor
enthusiasts. The interior will offer over 50 seats from comfortable couches to
barstool window seats with spectacular views of the Mount Si. A spacious
outdoor patio will almost double the seating during the summer months.
“Everyone from Huxdotter is
excited to be able to interact with customers through a more personal
experience and offer them a spacious and comfortable place where friends and
family can meet, host business meetings, or grab a cup of quality coffee and be
on their way,” Huxdotter Owner, Jeremy Westlake, said.
The improved drive-thru with an
expanded queue provides plenty of space to keep cars off the public street.
Huxdotter will also offer pre-ordering and faster service times. Additionally,
they will feature local beers on tap, Washington wines, kombucha, hard cider,
nitro cold brew and other specialty beverages. An expanded food menu will
feature house-made breakfast items, pastries and baked goods, lunch sandwiches,
soups, and small plates.
Huxdotter is also working on a
new project called Huxdotter Coffee Roasting, a collaboration with Tiger
& Stripe Coffee Company, their former coffee roasters. In addition to their
flagship blend Old School Espresso and current coffee options, Huxdotter said
they have been working on tailoring some new blends and single-origin coffees
they are excited to share with customers.
“The support and encouragement
from the community has been the greatest motivation, and we cannot wait to
bring everyone together under one roof, connected by their passion for coffee,”
In addition to returning staff, Huxdotter
will soon begin accepting pre-applications for all positions. Those interested
in applying should visit their website www.huxdotter.com for more information.
For leasing information, contact
Alex Vlaski with JSH Properties at 206-303-7327.
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