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Gustav’s restaurant in Vancouver might become day care

Owner of German restaurant says she hasn’t sold property

By , Columbian staff writer
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The east Vancouver home of the popular German restaurant Gustav’s may become a day care facility, according to pre-planning documents submitted to the city of Vancouver.

California-based Higher Ground Education has proposed to repurpose the building at 1705 S.E. 164th Ave.

The property is owned by Suzeanne Briede, president and chief executive of Guten Foods, which owns Gustav’s.

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