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Common Good Bakery Opening Second Location

By Beth Milligan | Dec. 11, 2021

Common Good Bakery is opening a second location on the east side of Traverse City in 2022, the company announced Friday.

The bakery - currently located on Fourteenth Street - will add a second location at 1115 East Eighth Street near the intersection of Eighth and Garfield Avenue. "If you’ve ever thought to yourself, 'Man, it’d be convenient to have Common Good on the east side of town,' your wish has been granted," the company wrote in an email to customers Friday. "We found a spot on Eighth Street that gives us plenty of room to grow and lots of possibilities to explore!"

Common Good said it planned to "hit the ground running on renovations" in the new space, with a targeted opening date of summer 2022. "We can’t wait to share more updates with you in the coming months," the company wrote, adding it would share regular updates on the construction progress on social media. 

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