Comings & Goings

June 19, 2018

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

Buffalo Ridge Brewing plans to open this fall in downtown Hartford. The brewery will feature a rotating tap list of 12 to 14 beers. It’s owned by Christ and Calie Tuschen and Damon and Krystal Sehr.

Perkins Restaurant & Bakery at North Cliff Avenue and Interstate 90 has closed. Staff and equipment moved to the location at 3400 S. Gateway Blvd., which is owned by the same franchisee.

SAB Biotherapuetics and Alumend will be the first tenants at the USD Discovery District in northwest Sioux Falls. The Sioux Falls-based biotech companies will share one building and a second building will be used by SAB as it commercializes its biotherapeutics operation.

See the Trainer has opened at 715 S. Minnesota Ave. Tyler Brown owns the franchise for the business that offers orthopedic, sports medicine and other health-related products. The store offers a wide variety of braces and other products for legs, knees, wrists, elbows and feet. Brown plans to become a certified orthotic fitter.

Sanford Health plans to open Great Shots, an interactive golf entertainment business, at the Sanford Sports Complex. It will feature a three-story driving range, a restaurant and meeting spaces. Great Shots also will house the Sanford POWER Golf Academy. It’s scheduled to open in late 2019.

Daily Clean Food & Drink is coming to The Wedge retail center at 69th Street and Western Avenue.

United Rentals is building a new location in north Sioux Falls. The construction equipment rental business will move from 1201 W. 51st St. to 5010 N. Ninth Ave. It will have more shop and less office space for the staff of about 15, and more room outside for equipment.

SafeSplash Swim School is expanding to Sioux Falls. The Colorado-based company was founded by competitive swimmer Matt Lane in 2005 and offers swimming lessons in a retail setting. The Sioux Falls location will be in a retail center under construction at 85th Street and Minnesota Avenue in front of Walmart.

Someday Cafe has opened in Baltic. The restaurant, which serves lunch and supper Tuesday through Saturday, is owned by Mike and Kim Frerichs.

The Rib Shack, a food truck and catering business started by Cedrick Donaway 11 years ago, is no longer operating.

Will’s Training Table is expanding. The restaurant at the Sanford Sports Complex will close in mid-July for an interior remodel. It’s expected to reopened a month later. After that, construction will start on a two-story addition with walk-out patios on both levels.

Xtra Time Sports Bar has opened in a retail center near Shopko at Arrowhead Parkway and Sycamore Avenue. The soccer bar is owned by Kalyan Dahal, who also owns the adjacent Aashna Asian Mart.

Zach DeBoer is closing the physical location for Exposure Gallery & Studios at Sixth and Phillips at the end of June but plans to continue organizing art events such as Art Maze and ARTmart and to follow his passions of art advocacy, city government, urban design and community projects.

Send Comings & Goings news to Jodi@SiouxFalls.Business.

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