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Fremont Row in NorthWest Crossing

West Coast Provisions opened in early December 2018. According to owner, Anna Baxter, “West Coast Provisions is a new neighborhood market in NorthWest Crossing (NWX) that offers a curated selection of food, wine, beer, home goods and gifts, with a particular focus on artisan products from Oregon and surrounding states.” They lease a 1,741 square foot suite in the newly constructed Fremont Row, a mixed-use development.

Another new tenant, locally-owned Cosa Cura, has moved its consignment shop specializing in handmade goods into Fremont Row this month from their downtown Bend location. They have been open since 2006 with high-quality women’s consignment clothing and accessories, including jewelry, knits, home décor and beauty products, all locally made. There are more than 80 local artists’ goods sold at Cosa Cura.

Poke Row has been open since August, shortly after construction was completed on Fremont Row. They have been building a devoted customer base for their Hawaiian poke (pronounced poh-kay) sushi bowls and burritos, using only the freshest ingredients, local drinks and sake. Poke Row is the newest project from the award winning 5 Fusion team.

Located on NW Crossing Drive in Bend’s NorthWest Crossing neighborhood, between NW John Fremont Street and NW Fort Clatsop Street Fremont Row’s two-story main building includes retail suites on the ground level with residential condos on the second level. Three of the four commercial suites are currently leased. The project’s second building consists of a free-standing 2,623 square foot restaurant space, also currently available for lease.

Learn more about these three businesses located in Fremont Row via the links below.

West Coast Provisions
Cosa Cura

If you have questions about this article or the spaces available for lease, please contact brokers Pat Kesgard, CCIM, Kerri Standerwick or Graham Dent at Compass Commercial Real Estate Services at 541.383.2444.