No Decision Yet to Rebuild Entire Former Arnold’s

By Rachel Pritchett

Some rebuilding is now under way at Arnold’s Home Furnishing in Bremerton, but a decision has not yet been made to replace the entire 66,000-square-foot structure.
Work to restore the warehouse in the back of the structure is under way. Refurbishing work also is under way on the portion of the building that housed the Broyhill line of furniture before the July 27 fire.
But no decision has yet been made to rebuild the remaining portion of the building that was burned to the ground, according to Ralph Erickson, Arnold’s vice president.
Meanwhile, the business continues to operate a temporary showroom and warehouse nearby at 1305 Marine Drive.
Erickson said he hoped to get back to the former site by late spring of next year.
“We just want to get back in that location as quick as possible,” he said.
James H. Robinson Co. of Bremerton is the contractor.

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