What is happening with Newcastle Cooperage?

What is happening with Newcastle Cooperage?

Cooperage hotel plan dropped as developer shifts aim to restaurant development for Quayside icon. Plans to turn Newcastle’s historic Cooperage into a chic hotel have been dropped, with developers instead now bidding to revive it as a restaurant.

What happened to the Cooperage?

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M.— An Albuquerque restaurant that has called the Duke City home for four decades is closing its doors for good. The Cooperage at Lomas and Louisiana announced their permanent closure. The Cooperage has been around since 1976. It’s a local staple known for its catering, beef, and massive salad bar.

Who owns the Cooperage Newcastle?

Manners Ltd
Manners Ltd, a company connected to The Apartment Group, bought The Cooperage in 2010 for £370,400, according to Land Registry documents.

When was the Cooperage in Newcastle built?

The Cooperage is the most complete late medieval timber-framed building in Newcastle and dates from the first half of the 16th century. It is one of the former merchant’s houses, which survived the Great Quayside Fire of 1854.

Who owns the Cooperage?

Jonathan Perkins – Owner – cooperage in | LinkedIn.

When did the Cooperage open?

The History Canbar first opened its doors in 1872, producing the barrels used to age the Seagram Distillery’s famous whiskey. Barrel-making, or cooperage, is an art form that requires the craftsmanship of highly trained coopers to create perfect barrels that age premium whiskey.

Who owns the Cooperage in Albuquerque?

Jim Schumacher – owner/president – Cooperage/Scarpas | LinkedIn.

Who owns Scarpas Albuquerque?

Retail Southwest Development
Retail Southwest Development owns the Scarpas brand name as well as its locations at 9700 Montgomery Blvd NE and 5500 Academy Road NE.

What happened to Scarpas in Albuquerque?

Albuquerque residents will soon have an option for Scarpas west of the Rio Grande. The restaurant’s location at Montgomery and Eubank boulevards will relocate to the Coors Pavilion Shopping Center in the first quarter of 2021, said Josh Skarsgard, the owner of Retail Southwest Development.

What is replacing Scarpas Albuquerque?

It is not due to the pandemic. The building owner is replacing it with a Murphy USA gas station.

What happened to Scarpas on Montgomery?

Scarpas Restaurant at 9700 Montgomery. Scarpas Brick Oven Pizza, the decades-old Northeast Heights Italian restaurant, is shutting down its Montgomery location by the end of November, according to restaurant owner Joe Sommers. Once completed, it will be the third gas station near the Montgomery and Eubank intersection.

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