Need2Know: Construction delayed, but Wildflower still moving; On Q Financial expands; Lonesome Valley Trading Post opens
Construction to resume on Wildflower Bread Company
Wildflower Bread Company is still moving to the edge of Prescott Gateway Mall, despite a pause in construction.
Darren George, vice president of Real Estate and Development for the company, said this past week a re-design of the building’s interior trusses to improve the aesthetics of the building took some time, but they hope to have the new trusses delivered by Feb. 12, and plan for the restaurant to be finished in June.
Wildflower currently is located on the mall’s property, but it is moving to a lot it owns closer to Highway 69, near Trader Joe’s. The announcement of the move came in April 2017.
On Q Financial adds PV office
On Q Financial is expanding from one Prescott office and has opened an additional office in Prescott Valley at 7594 E. Palo Verde, Suite C.
Ray Castro has joined the On Q team and will be working at the new location in Prescott Valley. Ray is a senior mortgage consultant and certified Construction Loan Specialist with more than 18 years of experience. For information, call 928-237-2908.
Shop full of memories and antiques opens
The Lonesome Valley Trading Post is now open in Prescott Valley. The shop, which is in the former location of Arizona Automotive, is at 3045 N. Cochise Drive.
It is stocked with items prominent former Prescott business owner Joe Buttita collected over the years. His daughter Mary Jo said, “There’s tools, furniture, and we don’t even know what-all’s in the boxes.”
They will have a grand opening March 1, but right now, the store is open Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays.
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