• Construction crews add to the metal-and-wood frame that will become Keidel’s Korner. The building, designed to hold retail stores and a restaurant, is diagonally across from the Admiral Nimitz Museum. — Standard-Radio Post/Richard Zowie

Keidel's Korner to open this fall

Restaurant, retail being built at prime location

What’s now a skeletal frame of wood and metal will turn into a complex designed to house four new retail stores and a restaurant.

This second phase of Keidel’s Korner, at the southeast corner of Washington and Main streets, is scheduled to open between late September and mid October.

“We have one confirmed tenant and someone else who’s pending,” said Stuart Barron, who co-owns this facility with his wife, Dawn, and his mother, Judy Vordenbaum.

Barron said the units in the new building range from 1,120 square feet to about 1,700.

The facility will also include office space. Formerly, this site housed a building with a Subway sandwich shop.

The first phase of Keidel’s Korner, a building just south of the second phase on Washington Street, houses two businesses: one is Twisted Sisters Bake Shop and the other is Tabak Haus.

Keidel’s Korner
•    Owners: Stuart and Dawn Barron, and Judy Vordenbaum.
•    To open: Fall 2016.
•    Address: Southeast corner of Washington and Main Streets.
•    Businesses: Four retail spots, and one restaurant.

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