More Green Lake Business Openings This Spring/Summer

May 4, 2017 7:48am

Bartell Drugs Green Lake store, slated to open later this summer.

There’s a lot happening this spring/summer in Green Lake. We recently wrote about several businesses that are opening and have closed in Green Lake but the list continues.

Bartell Drugs is slated to open late summer near the Green Lake Village PCC.

Parking at Rosita’s is about to get a bit more tricky. This summer the area that is currently their parking lot is going to become a several story building. Update: Thanks to reader James who pointed out that this project has been appealed and the future of the site is uncertain. Here’s more background about the project.  We should point out that a note still is posted on Rosita’s door that says that the parking lot may not be used by patrons in the future.

Just up the hill in Greenwood, a new fitness studio, City Cycle (117 NW 85th St) opened the end of April. There’s also a grand opening party that is open to the public on May 6 that will include three classes (sign up online), a Lorna Jane (athletic apparel) trunk show, giveaways and more. The grand opening on May 6 is from 9 a.m. – 2 p.m.

Unconfirmed rumors: A coffeeshop may be moving into the old Amante/Allegra Pizza space on Green Lake Drive in the space next to Super Jock and Jill. UPDATE: Revolutions Coffee is moving to the 7208 E Green Lake Drive location. According to a recent Facebook post on Revolutions Coffee’s Facebook page: ” I know there’s been rumors around town that we’re closing. Well. Officially. We’re moving!!!! So excited to announce that we’ll be moving just 3 blocks north to the front of the lake by Super Jock n Jill!! We’ll be at our current location while we build out the new space. So come down and say hello so we can see your lovely faces and reminisce about the good times we’ve had and talk about all the great things to come. Thank you all for the ride over these 12 years. We definitely wouldn’t be here without all your love and support and look forward to another decade in the neighborhood.”