Monthly Archives: September 2013

Developers talk growth, challenges

Shopping malls, property taxes and economic growth were hot topics at last week’s Commercial Real Estate Luncheon.

Synagogue settles in Coralville

The Agudas Achim Synagogue congregation started worshiping at its new location, 401 E. Oakdale Blvd. in Coralville, the former location of Gold’s Gym, last March. The congregation hosted an open house in August.

Sycamore considering all options for Von Maur space

What will fill about 40,000 square feet in Sycamore Mall is still up in the air, despite recent announcements that the space would occupy a nonprofit, according to mall officials.

Cupcake store owner expands business throughout the state

After 15 years in graphic design and marketing, Natalie Brown wanted to get out from behind a computer.

RecBob fades as develops

Those who follow the Corridor start-up scene may wonder about the fate of RecBob, the software program company designed to help people organize recreational sports teams.

Fab Lab to fill empty Von Maur space

Those waiting to hear an announcement about a major retailer coming to the Sycamore Mall will find a very different type of business filling the vacant space left by anchor tenant Von Maur.

The art of movement

Not everyone is born with the best attributes for dance, but everyone should dance, according to George de la Pena.

CR native returns to start brewery

After working at The Fort Collins Brewery in Colorado, Quinton McClain has returned to Cedar Rapids to start a brewery of his own.

Geonetric leaders to launch startup accelerator

Geonetric and ImOn Communications leaders on Sept. 9 announced a new business accelerator to help launch startup companies in the Cedar Rapids area.

Cardiostrong pitches at 1 Million Cups

An Iowa City company is entering the highly competitive fitness beverage market.

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