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Feb. 27, 2018
A former competitor on the TV show “American Ninja Warrior” is opening a gym with obstacles for training or just having fun. Jason Steinberg and his wife, Lacy, are starting 605 Ninja Academy in the former Tuesday Morning space in the Western Mall. The gym opens March 1.
Posh Boutique has a new owner. Visual merchandiser Alyssa Nix bought the shop in The Bridges at 57th from Jenny Kaiser, who founded it in 2008, and Becky Wiswall, co-owner and manager.
Myers Deli & More will be the name for the new deli and marketplace that plans to open in mid-March in The Carpenter Building at 221 S. Phillips Ave. Owner Dan Myers plans to have a deli counter with hot and cold sandwiches, a salad bar and a grab-and-go section. He plans to eventually add dinner and Sunday brunch.
Urban Chislic will open this summer in a retail center that’s being built in front of Walmart on 85th Street. The business has been providing catering service for a few years. In addition to several varieties of chislic, the restaurant will serve a full menu with items such as hamburgers, Philly sandwiches and wings.
DSW has set its opening date. The national shoe retailer will open March 15 at Lake Lorraine.
CPA Paula Johnson has opened a franchise of the national payroll business Payroll Vault, operating it from her home. Services include full-service payroll, HR support, timekeeping services, pay-as-you-go workers’ compensation, background checks and drug screening.
Arby’s plans to open later this year in Brandon. Franchise owner American Big Beef Inc. also has restaurants in Sioux Falls and other cities. The Brandon site will be in a retail center that will be built on Splitrock Boulevard, a few blocks south of Interstate 90.
Ultimate Fitness for Women has a new owner and a new name. Brook VerMeer bought the 24-hour fitness center and renamed it Evolve Fitness.
Downtown Sioux Falls Inc. plans to move its office in March. The organization will leave the first floor of Shriver Square for a third-floor suite in the building at 11th Street and Phillips Avenue.
Pizza Man closed its east-side location in January. The delivery and takeout location on Marion Road near 16th Street remains open. It expanded to East 10th Street a few years ago.
Butter Boutique opened in mid-December but closed within a few weeks. The children’s clothing store was in a retail center at 3505 W. 41st St.
The Recovery Room at 18th Street and Grange Avenue has closed. Owner Craig Nelson plans to build Northstar Grill & Pub at 60th Street North and Career Avenue this year.
Taco John’s plans to open its 10th location in Sioux Falls at the former Pizza Hut location at 26th Street and Sycamore Avenue. The franchise also plans to replace its East 10th Street site by moving into a new retail center that will be built across the street on the former Communication Service for the Deaf campus.
Here’s a roundup of recent changes in the Sioux Falls-area business community.