Comings & Goings


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

The Co-op Natural Foods has added online ordering with delivery service. Customers don’t need to be member-owners of the cooperative grocery store to use the service. Items ordered by 10 a.m. are delivered that day between 3 and 7 p.m. The fee starts at $6 for homes and businesses within 10 minutes of the store.

JJ’s Wine, Spirits & Cigars has obtained a delivery license that allows the store to deliver alcoholic beverages to homes and businesses. The minimum order is $150, and customers have to order and pay in the store at 4810 S. Western Ave. The service is free.

Harbor Freight Tools has opened its first Sioux Falls store at 3120 W. 12th St. The chain has more than 800 stores nationwide and stocks more than 7,000 items, including automotive, air and power tools, shop equipment and hand tools.

Lululemon athletica opened Nov. 1 in The Empire Mall. The yoga-inspired athletic apparel retailer has signed a 13-week lease.

CarSwap is expanding to the east side of Sioux Falls. The consignment auto dealer that has two locations on West 12th Street will use the former Payless Shoe Store space at 3701 E. 10th St. The location is expected to open in December.

The Hive Sioux Falls has moved from a suite at 326 E. Eighth St. to 2010 S. Minnesota Ave. The business sells refurbished Apple computers and accessories.

Macy’s in The Empire Mall has added a MAC makeup counter. MAC is part of Estee Lauder Cos. and caters both to consumers and professional makeup artists.

The University of Northwestern – St. Paul is starting construction of a building that will house its radio station, Life 96.5 FM, and classrooms. It will be at 6300 S. Tallgrass Ave. The university is planning to launch three programs in the fall of 2018: an MBA, a master’s degree in organizational leadership and a bachelor’s degree in business management.

After 16 years of selling wine and other alcohol, The Little Cellar Wine Company is going out of business. The final day will be sometime in December, depending on the depletion of inventory. Seth and Mary Trudeau bought The Little Cellar from founder Dale Zuraff two years ago. It’s in a retail center at 2425 S. Shirley Ave.

Legacy Law Firm PC has moved into its new office building at 7404 S. Bitterroot Place. The law firm of three attorneys that’s planning to grow specializes in estate planning, business planning and elder law.

Scooter’s Coffee has opened at 6503 W. 41st St. It’s the seventh store in the Sioux Falls area.

Phil Pudenz is the new owner of Wild Bird Connection, 2109 S. Minnesota Ave. He bought the backyard bird-feeding store from founders Becky Otten and Mary Vickery, who opened it in 1994.

Fast Signs is building a new location at 700 N. Western Ave. Franchise owner Sam Ryman hopes to be moved from his original leased spot at 709 S. Minnesota Ave. by mid- to late December.

Advanced EyeCare has a new location and a new name. Dr. Jeff Browen has moved his practice from 4320 S. Minnesota Ave. to 2210 W. 69th St. in the Remington Pointe retail center. The new name is Advanced Family EyeCare.

Retail mortgage lender Guaranteed Rate has opened an office at 101 S. Reid St., Suite 317. The branch is managed and operated by Todd Valland.

Relax, Release, Renew Reiki has moved from its shared suite with the Bodywork Co-op at 707 E. 41st St. into its own space in the building. Heidi Namken offers Reiki energy healing, medium readings, intuitive coaching and divine messages from her new office in Suite 225. She has expanded hours from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. weekdays. Customers can schedule appointments online at

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