A week after Silk Road’s shutdown, the anonymous e-commerce site has moved to a new location.
The Pikes River town is now the headquarters of the Pikes Landing e-Commerce, a new business that hopes to attract businesses in and around Pikes Lake.
The business has moved its website to the new address.
The new location, at 13th and Pikes, is located just off of the interstate and is a short walk from Pikes Park.
It is located near the Pike Express bus stop.
The other PikesLand locations, on the east side of the city, have also changed their locations, including a former location on Pikes Drive and the old Pikesburg location.
A representative for the company said the move was made to give Pikesland the ability to expand and expand.
Silk Road was founded in 2015 as an anonymous marketplace where users could purchase drugs online, as well as buy firearms and drugs from other sellers.
The site eventually grew to become a global community of drug dealers and sellers, with thousands of users across the world.
In April 2018, the site’s founder, Ross Ulbricht, was arrested in New York.
He was charged with running the website for years.
Ulbrich had been sentenced to life in prison, but has since been freed.
Ulbich was also the focus of a series of government investigations, including one conducted by the Federal Bureau of Investigation, which is investigating whether Silk Road helped facilitate the purchase of more than $400 million worth of drugs and guns by Silk Road users.
The government has said that the investigation has been focused on how the Silk Road could have helped drug dealers obtain the drugs and weapons that were allegedly sold to them.
Silkroad users who wanted to help the government with their investigation are encouraged to visit the FBI’s website.
The FBI did not immediately respond to a request for comment.