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Following a series of recent restaurant and investment announcements, Kane Realty Corporation is excited to reveal its latest North Hills addition – the opening of Jubala Coffee, a locally owned cafe and soon-to-be-coffee roaster. Located on the ground level of Park Central Apartments facing Coastal Credit Union Midtown Park, the coffee shop is projected to open spring 2021 and will feature space for 65 diners, a new pastry program, a full coffee bar with bar seating and an enhanced food menu – including weekend brunch.
“A specialty coffee shop has been on our wish list for a long time, so we are thrilled to welcome Jubala to North Hills,” said John Kane, CEO of Kane Realty Corporation. “Jubala’s commitment to its local community, its focus on the customer experience and the quality of its product make it the perfect fit for North Hills’ Park District.”
Jubala Coffee is owned and operated by Raleigh local Andrew Cash, who opened the first Jubala location in Lafayette Village in 2011. In 2001, Cash visited a coffee farm for the first time on the hill of Mount Kenya and wondered what it would be like to impact the farmers there by supporting their economy. Twenty years later, Jubala will continue that vision with an in-house coffee roasting operation at the North Hills location.
“North Hills is a connector and leader in our city, and we can’t think of a more perfect place to expand than North Hills’ Park Central alongside other local friends like Arrow, Happy + Hale, and Vita Vite,” said Andrew Cash, owner of Jubala Coffee. “We are excited to share a new coffee experience with North Hills’ visitors and to have the North Hills community join us as we create the Jubala our team always envisioned – one that is fully engaged with the supply chain, celebrating our success with the most vital participant, the farmer.”