Smoothie, supplement shop looks to open in Huber Heights

A smoothie cafe and supplement shop is looking to open a store in Huber Heights.

The 3,300 square-foot Ice Ice Smoothie will reach a $250,000 market value after interior renovations at 6194 Chambersburg Rd. in the Huber Center, according to Montgomery County records.

The store currently has a location at 2821 Wilmington Pike in Kettering, and an employee of this store, Greg Tracy, said the Huber Heights location is expected to open in August or September.

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The store owned by Katie Conley and Adam Malonjao sells supplements, tacos, smoothies, fresh fruit and other healthy, on-the-go snacks, which Tracy said are becoming very popular.

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The Brandt Pike corridor where Ice Ice Smoothie is moving has had vacant commercial space over the years, Huber Heights assistant city manager Scott Falkowski said. A lot of commercial uses locate further north in Huber Heights, wanting to be near I-70.

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But the City of Huber Heights is working to revitalize the Brandt Pike Corridor, including attracting local, community businesses that serve a specific or niche product to the Huber Center, Falkowski said.

“In this area there’s more of a focus on the neighborhood, local type stores,” he said. “This is one that will definitely draw people into that center.”

This news organization left a message for the owners.


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