Tag Archives: coralville
After 15 years in graphic design and marketing, Natalie Brown wanted to get out from behind a computer.
A social painting studio opened Aug. 9 at 408 First Ave. in Coralville. They offer painting classes taught by local artists, a place for private painting parties, an open studio and a retail store with gift items.
The Iowa River Landing district has been an ongoing project for many years, and today the area is starting to take shape with the recent opening of anchor retailer Von Maur.
A growing Coralville company is focused on helping physicians better diagnose and treat pulmonary diseases with the help of advanced technology.
The Iowa River Landing district in Coralville will reach another major milestone Saturday. Von Maur will host its grand opening event July 27. The 80,000-square-foot store includes new brands and space for existing brands to offer more products. The store broke ground in fall of 2011.
Sycamore Mall is undergoing major changes with its anchor tenant moving out this month. Von Maur will officially close its doors in Sycamore Mall on July 21.
Von Maur is moving to its new location in Iowa River Landing and will hold a grand opening July 27. In the coming weeks, merchandise from the Sycamore Mall Von Maur will be hauled and stocked in the new store, said Jim von Maur, president of Von Maur.
Last September, MediRevv moved into a larger building at 2600 University Parkway in Coralville, allowing for the rapid growth. It wasn’t long, though, before the 18,000-square-foot, $2.4 million building wasn’t enough, said Brad Baldwin, vice president of operations at MediRevv.
Helen Jameson’s 25-year career working with international students across the country led her to start her own business in the Corridor.
New Pioneer Co-op announced it would pursue a third location. The company operates stores in downtown Iowa City and along the Coralville strip. New Pioneer Co-op members voted “yes” to pursue a third store in New Pioneer’s trade area or open a new downtown location for the Iowa City store. Members voted 2,514-239, or 90 percent, in favor of the measure.