Tuesday, February 20, 2018

Fort Thomas Business Leaves Fort Thomas for Cold Spring Due to Space, Parking Concerns

Empty storefronts are beginning to fill in the central business district in Fort Thomas, with restaurants opening next month in Fort Thomas Public House and The Colonel's Kitchen.

But it's a business in the Midway District's Nevada building that is the latest vacancy that must be filled.

Summit Martial Arts at 1045 S. Fort Thomas Avenue ended its lease in that space, formerly filled by Sarelli's Cafe and Catering. Fort Thomas Matters just reported Art Around Park would be opening next door at 1051 S. Fort Thomas Avenue later this month.

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Summit Martial Arts has leased a space in Cold Spring, on Martha Layne Collins Blvd., in the space that formerly housed Blockbuster Video.

Owner, Rick Hill, said that full classes in his Fort Thomas studio, and the lack of parking, led to him searching out a bigger space.

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"It's about triple the size of our old studio," he said. "We definitely tried to stay as close to Fort Thomas as we could because many of our families are from there."

Hill said that they opened classes in his Cold Spring facility earlier this month.

Summit Martial Arts in their new space. Facebook. 

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