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Boulevard Bread is moving its baked and catering productions from its Heights flagship to a new location on South Main Street. The 2,000 square- foot space, at 1417 Main St., will also include a small storefront that will offer baked goods, coffee drinks and grocery items, but not the salad, sandwich and soup options found at other Boulevard locations. Owner Christina McGehee said last week she hopes to be in the new location by the first of next year.

The move will allow Boulevard in the Heights to offer expanded service down the road, such as multiple dinner specials, more grab-and-go and expanded seating, McGehee said.

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