Summerlin’s gluten-free bakery Scratch Made shuttered its bricks-and-mortar operation in July, but still hopes it won’t be long before they will able to return to retail operations at a new home in the Arts District.
Located in the prominent front space at the under construction C3 Lofts, the purpose-built, $14 million apartment building at 1005 Third Street sits a short distance from Charleston Boulevard.
The project is promoting that 20 of the 48 homes had been leased by the start of October, with plans to begin moving in new residents by the end of the month.
The self-described “girls at Scratch” have been baking for wholesale clients while they wait to move into their new space. Scratch’s store in the northwest, close the corner of Buffalo Drive and Smoke Ranch Road, placed a special emphasis on providing for “those that need allergen free food.”
Among the original menu favorites, cinnamon buns, cookies, doughnuts, pizza, muffins, quiche, and custom-designed cakes.