Comings & Goings

From staff reports

Here’s a roundup of recent changes in the Sioux Falls-area business landscape.

Glamour Defined has opened at 220 S. Cliff Ave. in Harrisburg. Katie Iverson started the business two years ago as an online boutique for women’s clothing and accessories. She also offered in-home trunk shows.

Pizza Hut has moved from 4300 W. 41st St. to a new retail center at 6507 W. 41st St. It offers carry-out and delivery service.

QuickHealth Urgent Care has opened its second location in Sioux Falls. The clinic is at 26th Street and Cleveland Avenue in the same building as sister company Any Lab Test Now. It offers urgent care, lab tests and occupational medicine services. Hours are 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. daily.

Krissa Timmer has started a nonprofit organization, un-Defined Inc., to provide peer support groups for women experiencing domestic violence. It also offers one-on-one mentoring. Un-Defined can be reached at 605-321-0077 or

Goosmann Law Firm plans to build an office on the northeast corner of 77th Street and Minnesota Avenue. The Sioux City-based firm has six attorneys in Sioux Falls at his office at 5010 S. Minnesota Ave. The plan is to break ground next spring and move in before the end of the year.

Hobby Lobby, Ross Dress for Less and Smallcakes Cupcakery and Creamery have opened at Lake Lorraine, which is between Interstate 29 and Marion Road, south of 26th Street. Hobby Lobby moved from its longtime site on West 41st Street, and Ross is new to Sioux Falls. Dani Nordhagen owns the Smallcakes franchise.

The Tesla Supercharging Station on the west side of Hy-Vee at 26th Street and Marion Road has opened. Drivers of electric cars can charge them for free.

Track 2 Trail Arctic Cat is doubling in size with a new building next to its current spot at 2905 W. Russell St. Owner Travis DeJong hopes to be moved in by Nov 1.

Spoke-N-Sport has expanded to Brookings. The bicycle shop opened Oct. 6 at 503 N. Main St.

Kimber Severson has started HarlowMarie, which includes graphic and design services and a magazine. The business is in an office at Design House, 910 N. Main Ave. “We will help people, through graphic design, build a brand,” Severson explained. “We will help people make their home a space they want to come home to, and we’ll inspire happy outside of that with random acts of kindness.” The magazine, also called HarlowMarie, will be distributed bimonthly to 20,000 households in the Sioux Falls area and on racks in public places.

The Blessed Door consignment furniture store is closing this month. Owner Chris David opened the store in 2010 at a retail center at 41st Street and Holly Avenue.

Pharmacist Lindsey Osterkamp has opened True Care Family Pharmacy at 1120 E. 10th Street. Hours are 9 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. weekdays and 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday. Osterkamp had worked at Kmart’s pharmacy.

Dollar Tree has opened its third Sioux Falls store. The general merchandise discount store is at 3100 W. 12th St.

Athletic apparel company lululemon athletica will open a pop-up store for the holidays at The Empire Mall. It will be in the former Wet Seal space near the food court.

Former Hy-Vee store director Bob Trader is opening CryoRev in the Heather Ridge office park at 6330 S. Western Ave. The business will offer cryo and light therapy to decrease inflammation and pain, reduce oxidative stress and promote overall health.

Moe’s Southwest Grill has closed. The franchise opened two years ago at 41st Street and Western Avenue.

Flyboy Donuts now delivers to all Gas Stop Holiday stores in Sioux Falls.

North Dakota-based engineering firm KLJ, which expanded to Sioux Falls this summer, has acquired Goldsmith Heck Engineers Inc. They will operate jointly as KLJ. Goldsmith Heck, which was founded in 1999, employs 10 people in Sioux Falls and two in Mobridge. The Sioux Falls staff will continue to work out of their office at 524 N. Sycamore Ave. but eventually join KLJ in a combined location. KLJ’s new office, which opened with two staff members, is at 4800 E. 57th St.

Salon Artist Suites has expanded with a new building next to its location at 4401 S. Racquet Drive. The new site at 3500 W. 51st St. has seven spa and five salon suites and a glamour room that bridal parties can rent to get ready for a wedding. The first tenant is hairstylist Brooklin Pirrung of Studio Meraki.

Spotlight Apparel & Studio at 1116 S. Minnesota Ave. has closed.

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