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Coffee shop, beauty company planned for Vancouver waterfront

By , Columbian Innovation Editor
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A new coffee shop and a beauty treatment company are set to join The Waterfront Vancouver’s Kirkland Tower, and the building and businesses are set to open in the spring.

The coffee shop, called 13 Coins Coffee, is a branch of Seattle-based 13 Coins restaurant, one of the businesses opening in the Kirkland Tower, nearing completion on Block 4 at The Waterfront Vancouver. The new cafe will open on the waterfront side of the building with indoor and outdoor seating, and it will be the second cafe on the waterfront after Kafiex Gastro Cafe.

“With our 50-year history in the coffee city of Seattle, bringing great coffee to downtown Vancouver is an exciting opportunity to expand the 13 Coins concept,” said Albert Moscatel, partner and co-owner of 13 Coins Restaurant and Coins Coffee House in a news release from Kirkland Development.

The beauty company, Amelie, is the second location of the Tigard, Ore.-based aesthetic medicine practice. The company offers injectable treatments such as Botox and dermal fillers, aesthetician services, personalized skin care assessments, clinical skincare and body contouring with CoolSculpting, according to the news release. Amelie will open in a 2,500-square-foot retail space in Kirkland Tower.

The two businesses will join El Goucho, Evoke Winery (formerly called Naked Winery) and 13 Coins restaurant in the 40-unit condo building called the Kirkland Tower and the conjoined, 138-room hotel Hotel Indigo.

“It’s inspiring to see local, boutique businesses come together to offer a suite of high-quality services to this growing downtown area. Vancouver has so much to offer, and I’m sure these restaurants and services will become a sought-after destination for locals and visitors,” said Dean Kirkland, chairman of Kirkland Development, in the news release.

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