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CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, June 13. June 19, 2003.27 Ice House Liquors moves north to Rehoboth Avenue Extended By Karl Chalabala Two Cape Region liquor stores are undergoing significant changes. People looking for Ice- house Liquors, previously located next to The Grove park on Re- hoboth Avenue, will find it moved approximately 500 yards north on Rehoboth Avenue Extended. Vis- itors to Atlantic Liquors on Route 1 will certainly notice an exten- sive construction project taking place on and around the building. "The old owner of Icehouse Liquors rented from Mr. Me- quay," said Dale Lomas, who along with partner Mike Subrick own both Icehouse Liquors and Atlantic Liquors. "When he passed away the city wanted to buy the property. We agreed to rent the property for five years and then move." This year's inclement spring weather delayed progress on construction, but Lomas said the city "couldn't have been more supportive and understanding." Icehouse Liquors' old location sharply contrasts to the new build- ing. The old location's brick exte- rior and multiroom interior were one of the last buildings on Re- hoboth Avenue before crossing the canal. The modern beach- style new building's entrance hides between two buildings, but a sign will be installed soon. "The new sign will be up in about four weeks," Lomas said. "We felt it was the best location because we were able to provide our customers with parking. Had we moved into downtown Re- hoboth, our customers wouldn't have that option." Slightly larger than the old building, Lomas said the building is a more efficient and economical square feet. We are jammed up for space When we get bu*y, managing flow becomes a big concern, especially during the summer season." The new addition will provide more retail and storage space for Atlantic Liquors, space for two small retail shops and upstairs apartments. The addition to the existing building will look the same: a gray metal exterior. How- ever, the new retail space will fea- ture a stucco facade. "We want the two stores to look different from the liquor store," Lomas said. "That way they'll have their own identity and it will distinguish them from Atlantic Liquors. We have had a couple different people express interest in the new space. It'd be nice to have a cheese shop, you know, so people van/ct wine and t;hene all in one stop." The wine selection at Atlantic Liquors is one area that will be greatly expanded. "We are going to be much more organized, and now we will have the chance to _expand our foreign selection." Lomas said. "Right now we have primarily California wines. We are going to expand all the selections: Spanish, Aus- tralian, French, Chilean." Atlantic Liquors already has one of the biggest selections of spirits and beers in the Cape re- gion and that will remain the same. "We just needed a little more room," Lomas said. To reach Atlantic Liquors, call 645-5229. use of space. The building fea- f turfs three apartments upstairs as  e & pl well. The selection of libations . r" l[ will remain relatively the same at  iln Icehouse Li-uors as before  If thot's what you're looking for,-let ." "t :: i::i I "We feel that our customers will me handle your Real Estate Needs. ] still be satisfied; we're only up the :iiii:ii After all, isn't that why you're at the beach? ! ,, !i : ' :::: -- road, Lomas said. While Ice- . - . z_L_ l---I- ] IVIT. Jgnll DIgK I house Liquors moved into a new  hnilclino it rmain entiallv th ::l[ ohnblack@prua![9,: ........  sa-m, atlantic-Liquorsw"i'll--be ex [ _ ": , work i: tensively changed to provide a I --I larger variety and selection I t" T.. , 302-227-6101 I "This is the fifth expansion I  rruaenum m-s21-m8 I since 1984," said Lomas. "There := . a,! GalIo, REALTORS Cell #302 249-6922 will be approximately 7,000 more   Karl Chalabala photo Icehouse Liquors' new location on Rehoboth Avenue Ex- tended. Career Closet needs volunteers to help The Career Closet is looking for volunteers to assist with a variety of tasks. People are especially needed to sort and hang clothing as well as to iron and do some minor mending. Also on the wish list are a computer desk and chair and small book- shelves for the resource room, display racks, particularly rolling racks, and a mannequin that can be refurbished for store displays. The nonprofit shop, located at 228 W. Loockerman Street in Dover, offers good, used quality clothing at bargain prices. For more information on volunteer opportunities, call 302-398-3008. BOINES BEACH HOMES, INC. k. 276 HIGHWAY ONE, LEWES, DE 19958 Phone: 302-644-7333, Fax: 302-644-7401 Visit us at: www.boinesbeachhomes.com Email: You'll have it made in the Shade with our low rates! Second Loans Refinances Construction Loans Purchases investments MOR CORP. Call us in Rehoboth Beach 1-877-40BEACH