Downtown Coeur d’Alene businesses begin fire recovery process

Fire businesses were destroyed in a fire in downtown Coeur d'Alene.

COEUR d’ALENE, Idaho — Several weeks after a devasting fire, several downtown Coeur d’Alene businesses have started the recovery process.

A fire damaged several businesses located near 4th and Lakeside on January 20.

The Downtown Coeur d’Alene Assocation has been working to help those affected by the fire and provided 4 News Now with an update on how they are doing.

Luis and Shannon Gomez, owners of 720 Haberdashery, secured a new location at 116 S 4th St and hope to reopen soon.

Christina Luck, a stylist from Cole Taylor, will be opening a new salon called The Loft. Five stylists from Cole Taylor will be working there, including owner Nicole Hale.

Schmidty’s Burgers plans to return and continues to search for a new location. 

Emerge will host their February show at the Human Rights Education Institute this Friday, while Gizmo and Calypsos will be hosting their upcoming pottery classes and poetry open mics, respectively. 

Heart City Tattoo and Farmers’ Insurance have not provided any updates at this time.

Folks wishing to help out in the recovery process can find the businesses GoFundMe pages HERE.

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