Restaurant notes: Tossgreen, Brewz make moves in Riverside; Cold Stone coming to Wildlight

Panda Express owner buys land at Atlantic North.

Tossgreen is coming to 501 Riverside Ave.
Tossgreen is coming to 501 Riverside Ave.
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The city issued a permit for Tossgreen to build-out a salad restaurant in 1,654 square feet of space on the ground floor at 501 Riverside Ave.

Hanul Construction LLC is the contractor for the $46,800 project.

More notes

Brewz in Riverside: Brewzstead LLC applied for a permit to alter the bar, paint and make other renovations for the Brewz beer and wine bar at the former Dahlia’s Pour House at 2695 Post St. in Riverside. Brewz founder Brian Slucker hopes to open by July 4. He plans to clean the interior, renovate the restrooms, install new flooring, add new paint, add lighting and build a new bar counter. He also wants to renovate the back room for a comedy club and place a stage at the front. 

Cold Stone Creamery in Wildlight: DHC Ventures LLC of Fernandina Beach registered a fictitious name for Cold Stone Creamery Wildlight in Nassau County.

Panda Express in Atlantic North: Sleiman Enterprises sold 1.08 acres to CFT NV Developments LLC, which owns Panda Express restaurants. Through Property Management Support Inc., Sleiman sold the property for $1.3 million. Panda Express proposes to develop a 2,200-square-foot building at 11929 Atlantic Blvd. at northwest Atlantic and Kernan boulevards.





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