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This Charlotte coffee shop in FreeMoreWest is closing its doors

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Bryce Laguer shows off the space with a remarkable view that will become Basal Coffee at LaCa Projects in Charlotte, North Carolina.
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Bryce Laguer shows off the space with a remarkable view that will become Basal Coffee at LaCa Projects in Charlotte, North Carolina.

Basal Coffee in the FreeMoreWest area is closing its doors Aug. 9.

The coffee shop, at 1429 Bryant St. near Pinky’s Westside Grill and Rhino Market & Deli, has been open in the Latin American Contemporary Art Projects art gallery for 18 months.

The coffee shop announced the closing in an Instagram post Wednesday, and hinted about new plans for the company.

“This is not a farewell but a be right back,” the post reads.

Owner Bryce Lauger said did not comment on the closing, but said there would be more news in the coming weeks.

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Hannah Smoot covers business in Charlotte, focusing on aviation and health care. She previously covered money and power at The Rock Hill Herald in South Carolina. She is a lifelong North Carolinian and graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
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