Port City Java has announced plans to open a café in the Leland subdivision Brunswick Forest this summer. The opening is part of the company’s strategic plan for growth in North and South Carolina under newly appointed CEO, Steve Schnitzler.

“We have put tremendous emphasis and analysis into site selection for our new café,” Schnitzler says. “Leland is a rapidly growing area of southeastern North Carolina that we believe will greatly benefit from a Port City Java.”

Plans are still in the beginning stages for the café. Construction is expected to be completed mid-June, with a grand opening to follow.

As part of the company’s plan for growth, Port City Java will also consolidate resources and close its 4th and Chestnut Street café in downtown Wilmington, North Carolina, on Friday, April 10.

Established in March 1995 in Wilmington, North CArolina, Port City Java is dedicated to roasting and serving the finest coffee and espresso in a warm and inviting atmosphere. The company has grown to include more than 40 cafes and coffeehouses in five states and three countries, as well as a roastery in Wilmington.

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