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Portland’s Stumptown Coffee Jumps to Interesting New Highland Park Digs

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The cult favorite coffee company joins an already-busy York Boulevard

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Already highly caffeinated Highland Park is in line to get another big coffee name, as Stumptown plots a new location along York Boulevard. The standalone space lands on the 4700 block sometime next summer.

Though news of the expansion has been floating around for some time, The Eastsider was first to officially break the details on the property. Rather than just rehab one building for the coffee tenant, listing agents Industry Partners say the landlords are fully overhauling the former auto body shop to include several other micro-retail units as well. There will be room for shops, small restaurant pop-ups, and other small square footage ideas.

This Eastside Stumptown will take up some 1,700 square feet in total. It’s the second such announced expansion for the Portland-based company, after first opening up in the Arts District near Bestia back in 2013. They’ll be jumping to Downtown on the border of the Fashion District and South Park sometime before the end of the year as well.

As for timing, reps for Stumptown say the shop won’t open until the summer of next year. Meanwhile a number of new occupants are coming to the greater York Boulevard stretch in Highland Park, from a vegan beer hall to Brooklyn drink and games spot Barcade.

Stumptown. 4706 York Blvd., Los Angeles, CA.