Perch restaurant opening in historic building marks new chapter for one of city’s oldest businesses

Schoeneman’s Building Materials Center and Perch: How Independent Businesses Find New Opportunities Through Industry Partnerships

In recent news, Sioux Falls.Business reported on the future of Schoeneman’s Building Materials Center and the emergence of a new breakfast and lunch spot in a former neighborhood grocery building. Despite the transition in ownership from being an independent business to becoming part of Builders FirstSource, a large industry leader with nearly 600 locations, the name Schoeneman’s will remain. This move allows the company to access a wider range of materials and technology to meet the increasing demand for housing in the future.

Current employee-owners will benefit financially from the sale, ensuring that the business remains strong and ready to adapt to the changing needs of the industry. Meanwhile, a historic former grocery store at 9th and Grange is being transformed into Perch, a new restaurant that will primarily serve breakfast and lunch daily. The owner of the building, attorney Alex Halbach, has already moved his law firm into the second floor, with Perch set to open its doors in the coming weeks.

Perch will have limited indoor seating for 26 but will also feature a patio with 50 seats, and a future rooftop patio with an additional 40 seats. The restaurant is expected to be a cozy spot for locals to enjoy delicious meals in a comfortable setting. For more updates on local business news, be sure to visit SiouxFalls.Business to stay informed on the latest developments in the community.

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