Durango’s Main Avenue retail merry-go-round takes a spin

Durango’s Main Avenue retail merry-go-round takes a spin

Several downtown businesses moving; a few new ones opening
Sweet Addition owner Francilia Pena Ehrig has opened a pastry and coffee shop in the Main Mall, 835 Main Ave., that also serves panini sandwiches.
Cathy Wakeman, owner of Animas Trading Co., has relocated her store to 742 Main Ave.
Katie Hulbert, general manager of Durango Roasters, currently at 734 Main Ave., explains the configuration of the coffeehouse when it moves next door. The move is planned for some time between Snowdown and early March.
Ashley Gonella, co-owner of Pine Needle Dry Goods, arranges stock at the new store located at 858 Main Ave. Gonella and her husband, Jeremy Dakan, own Pine Needle Mountaineering and are opening the new store that will carry Patagonia items.
Chad and Melissa Ambrose moved MJM Jewelers, 1063 Main Ave., to Durango from Farmington in late summer.
Durango Roasters, located in the building in the right of the photo at 730 Main Ave., said the coffeehouse plans to move to the space adjacent to the shop.
Francilia Pena Ehrig slices up her pear cheesecake at Sweet Addition, a new pastry and coffee shop in the Main Mall, 835 Main Ave.
Cathy Wakeman, owner of Animas Trading Co., offers a wide selection of items and clothing in her store at 742 Main Avenue.

Durango’s Main Avenue retail merry-go-round takes a spin

Sweet Addition owner Francilia Pena Ehrig has opened a pastry and coffee shop in the Main Mall, 835 Main Ave., that also serves panini sandwiches.
Cathy Wakeman, owner of Animas Trading Co., has relocated her store to 742 Main Ave.
Katie Hulbert, general manager of Durango Roasters, currently at 734 Main Ave., explains the configuration of the coffeehouse when it moves next door. The move is planned for some time between Snowdown and early March.
Ashley Gonella, co-owner of Pine Needle Dry Goods, arranges stock at the new store located at 858 Main Ave. Gonella and her husband, Jeremy Dakan, own Pine Needle Mountaineering and are opening the new store that will carry Patagonia items.
Chad and Melissa Ambrose moved MJM Jewelers, 1063 Main Ave., to Durango from Farmington in late summer.
Durango Roasters, located in the building in the right of the photo at 730 Main Ave., said the coffeehouse plans to move to the space adjacent to the shop.
Francilia Pena Ehrig slices up her pear cheesecake at Sweet Addition, a new pastry and coffee shop in the Main Mall, 835 Main Ave.
Cathy Wakeman, owner of Animas Trading Co., offers a wide selection of items and clothing in her store at 742 Main Avenue.
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