Crazy Bowls and Wraps has moved into a new headquarters in Olivette after selling its previous base in Webster Groves to Mission Taco.
The fast-casual chain closed on the $620,000 sale of 286 East Ave. in Webster Groves to Mission Taco on Feb. 4, according to Hilliker Corp. broker Jeff Altvater, who represented Crazy Bowls.
The 12,000-square foot Webster building housed Crazy Bowls’ offices and also formerly held a commissary, Hillker said in a release Tuesday.
Mission Taco, which will open its third location in the Central West End in early- to mid-May, now will use the building for its corporate offices and commissary kitchen, co-owner Adam Tilford said. Parent company Tilford Restaurant Group sold its previous commissary kitchen at 2240 Edwards St. on The Hill in late March. Its corporate offices were located above Mission Taco’s Delmar location. The Tilford Restaurant Group’s catering company, Cater al Fresco, and the Mission Taco food truck also will be housed out of the Webster Groves location. Mission Taco also has a location in Soulard.
Crazy Bowls, started by St. Louis natives Keith and Gail Kitis in 1994, moved its corporate offices April 15 to a 5,500-square-foot leased space at 10403 Baur Blvd. at the Warson Commerce Center in Olivette, according to Altvater. Ppm/Baur LLC owns the Warson Commerce Center, according to St. Louis County Assessor data. Sabina Holtzman, broker/owner with St. Louis Commercial Real Estate, represented Ppm/Baur.
Crazy Bowls and Wraps has 15 St. Louis-area locations and four in the San Diego area.