Old Bella Cucina Building Update | Off Piste
The Source Weekly’s reporting is made possible by the power of your support. Be a part of it!

Thursday, June 28, 2012

Old Bella Cucina Building Update

Old Bella Cucina building will be the new location of Central Oregon Audiology.

Posted By on Thu, Jun 28, 2012 at 8:14 PM

All that tearing down of trees and backhoeing of concrete at the old Bella Cucina building on the corner of Franklin Avenue and Third Street is prep work for turning the location into the new home of Central Oregon Audiology.

The hearing clinic’s Bend office is currently located near the hospital at 2698 NE Courtney Drive, Ste. 100. The move allows the business to expand and offer more services, like the first long term tinnitus program in Central Oregon, said a representative of the clinic.

The building on Franklin Avenue had served as the location of restaurants for decades, but those businesses, including Mexicali Rose and O’Healy’s Neighborhood Pub, were plagued by parking and access problems, said Howard Friedman, of Compass Commercial, who represented the seller of the property.

Central Oregon Audiology is scheduled to open the new office in September.


Pin It


Subscribe to this thread:

Add a comment

Newsletter Signup

Get Central Oregon daily news
directly in your inbox

More by The Source Staff

Latest in Off Piste

  • Can't Wait for the Face-Kini Trend to Hit Bend

    • Aug 20, 2012
      More reasons to slap one of these on, according to The Indian Express is they are,"also extremely effective at repelling insects and jellyfish." Read about even racier Face-Kinis here: http://inventorspot. More »
  • A New Way to Protect That Gorgeous Mug of Yours

    • Aug 20, 2012
    Sick of the claustrophobic greasy cloud of sunscreen, fellow sun bunnies?  It drips into your eyes if you're active and sweating and sometimes has a pasty white sheen, but in Bend sun protection is mandatory.   The other problem is the way it makes you feel like you're being buried alive. More »
  • Bust a Love Move Today

    • Aug 9, 2012
    Long before Gay A. Bradshaw (one of Oregon’s own) put a name on them, trans-species relationships have continued to baffle, challenge, and warm the hearts of non-human animals and humanimals alike. More »
  • More »

© 2021 LAY IT OUT INC | 704 NW GEORGIA AVE, BEND, OREGON 97703  |   Privacy Policy

Website powered by Foundation