New eco-friendly auto repair shop growing fast
It looks like work on the new Joe's Auto Care on Civic Center Drive is really speeding along this week.
In case you don't remember, I wrote about this project a couple of months ago.
Here's some from that column as a refresher:
Look for a new automotive repair center with an eco-friendly focus to sprout up in northwest Rochester.
Joe Peter plans to plant a new 55,000-square-foot repair center at 1420 Civic Center Drive, after the former Valvoline Oil Change building on the site is demolished and cleared away.
Longtime Rochester food fans might remember the history of that spot. Peter says he's been told that's where the legendary Henry's Hamburgers stand was located.
Peter's plan is to build this second repair shop to complement his nearby Joe's Auto Care that is tucked away at 923 Sixth St. N.W., near the People's Cooperative/Good Food Store grocery.
The pair of repair centers will both be branded as Joe's Auto Care, though the new one will probably have a slightly different name to show its commitment to using products and procedures that are environmentally friendly.