Mobile coffee business opening suburban shop
A mobile coffee business has found a home.
Full Circle Coffee has leased 2,495 square feet for a shop in Byron Center, at 8233 Byron Center Ave., according to NAI Wisinski of West Michigan this week.
The shop should open in October.
“We chose this location, because it offers a large amount of seating with a small kids area and a private conference room,” said Peter Van de Roovaart, founder, Full Circle Coffee.
The coffee menu will be consistent with what Full Circle Coffee has always been offering: coffee, espresso, latte, tea, hot chocolate and more — with the addition of a smaller eight-ounce size and focusing on a smaller menu.
The shop will also be offering some baked goods and house-made no-bake bites, and it plans to add a smoothie menu.
Full Circle Coffee started about three years ago primarily doing farmers markets and catered events.
In January, Van de Roovaart’s friend, Kevin Wallace, began looking in Byron Center for a location to open a coffee shop. After finding what seemed like an ideal location, the two partnered to form Full Circle’s first shop.
“Because serving the community is so important to Full Circle, we will continue to be present at the Grandville Farmers Market and Metro Health Farmers Market,” Wallace said.
Todd Leinberger, a retail specialist at NAI Wisinski of West Michigan, assisted Full Circle Coffee in securing the location. Leinberger also represented the unnamed landlord in the deal.