What’s in the Ice House (What’s NOT in the Ice House)?

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The on-going renovation of the Ice House has been a hot topic around town for quite some time now. With the influx of business tenants signing leases in the past several months, we were having a hard time keeping track of who exactly is occupying the space. So, we figured it was time for an update. Check out who’s in the Ice House now:

Food & Drink

Black Sheep Coffee is open from 7am-7pm, serving delicious baked goods and hot and cold drinks.

Pale Fire Brewing Co. will be opening soon to share their much-anticipated brews with Harrisonburg.

Relay Foods (an online option for purchasing local and organic foods) will now have a pick-up location in the Ice House parking lot on Wednesdays from 3:30 – 6:30 PM. Check out their cool online meal-planning tool!

Pure Eats is a doughnut and burger joint that recently expanded to Harrisonburg.

Fitness

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Ice House Studios is a beautifully renovated space that houses Breathe Pilates and The Center Yoga. They offer over 60 classes a week spanning a wide variety of levels and techniques.

Retail

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The Yellow Button, a unique and trendy clothing boutique, just moved from Main Street to the Ice House.

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Hugo Kohl, a vintage jewelry craftsman, now has a showroom selling exquisite vintage and modern jewelry in the Ice House. Attached to the showroom is his Museum of American Jewelry Design & Manufacturing.

Offices

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The Ice House is also home to The Collins Center, JMU’s Outreach and Engagement Offices, the Shenandoah Valley Workforce Investment Bureau, Evan’s Law offices, and Shenandoah Valley Organic‘s sales and accounting offices.

Apartments

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Many Harrisonburg residents and JMU students have made the Ice House their home in its 34 residential apartments, featuring a mix of studios and one bedrooms. The apartments boast a unique, industrial atmosphere with concrete floors, 10 foot ceilings, and concrete columns coupled with high-end appliances and LED lighting.

Photo Source: offcampushousing.com

Head on over and check out the Ice House for yourself. Or, attend the Grand Opening on April 18th to enjoy music, food, activities, and a chance to win some prizes!

About Emily Marsh

Emily takes impressive photos, interviews interesting locals, and keeps things organized for Harrisonblog. She also works on special marketing projects, transaction management, and event management for The Harrisonburg Homes Team. Emily loves dogs, her friends and family, dancing, and getting outdoors.

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