New businesses coming to Coralville

Shaver, Pat
March 2013
Corridor Business Journal;3/18/2013, Vol. 9 Issue 33, p3
The article reports that two new businesses which include cupcake shop by Scratch Cupcakery bakery and men's clothing store by Jos. A. Bank Clothiers Inc. will open in the Iowa River Landing district (IRL) in Coralville, Iowa. As mentioned, Bank Clothiers which is opening a 4,000-square-foot store in the IRL is company's second store in Iowa.


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