CoreLife Eatery is opening its third location in Michigan on July 13th, sharing its fresh, balanced meals with the Breton Village area.
The active lifestyle restaurant offers fresh ingredients in a variety of bowls and broths. Their menu is centered on fresh greens, grains, and meats that bring you a nutritious meal. All of the ingredients are free of GMOs, trans fats, artificial additives, and are gluten-free, promising a totally natural dining experience.
The health-focused restaurant has already found success in Michigan. CoreLife Eatery is hoping to continue its growth with the new location in Grand Rapids. “CoreLife Eatery has been very well-received in our first three locations which include Grandville, Portage and Mishawaka [Indiana],” said CoreLife Eatery’s Vice President of Operations, Greg Collins. “We’re looking forward to serving the market around Breton Village due to the proximity of healthy-minded people in the surrounding neighborhoods, business and healthcare offices, colleges and retail shopping.”
The locally-owned franchise opens its doors at Breton Village on July 13th. In addition to this location, the growing chain also has plans to open another store in Ann Arbor, Michigan this fall.
Scott Wierda, managing partner of CWD Real Estate and co-owner of Breton Village, has made very conscious decisions about the businesses that are introduced to the area. “CoreLife Eatery adds to the fashion and specialty district of Breton Village by placing a strong emphasis on great food that is healthy,” said Wierda. “This interest in personal health makes the restaurant a perfect fit for the shopping center.” Breton Village is also home to other fitness and wellness brands including: Lululemon, D&W Fresh Market, Studio Barre, and more.
CoreLife Eatery celebrates its Grand Opening on Friday, July 13th at 2461 Burton St SE from 11:00AM to 9:00PM.
CWD Real Estate Investment is a leading, local real estate investment and property management firm in Grand Rapids. Formed in 2008 by partners Sam Cummings, Scott Wierda, and Dan DeVos, CWD commits to strengthening the urban center and community of Grand Rapids by making strategic investments that provide high-quality places to work, eat, shop, live, and be entertained.