Comings & Goings

Nov. 20, 2018

Here’s a look at recent changes in the business landscape in the Sioux Falls area.

SafeSplash Swim School has started to take enrollments for lessons in January. The learn-to-swim program is building a location in a retail center near 85th and Minnesota.

OsteoStrong will open in December in the former Wine & Canvas space in the Village on Louise retail center at 57th and Louise. Clients do a 10-minute exercise routine once a week on equipment to build bone density, strength and balance.

Hobby miniatures company Games Workshop is opening a Warhammer store in Sioux Falls. The store will be at Plaza 41 at 41st and Kiwanis. An opening date hasn’t been set but it could be before the end of the year.

Sola Salon Studios is expanding its location at Lake Lorraine to include eight more studios. Stylists rent the rooms, manage their own schedule and pricing, and keep 100 percent of the profits. Sola Salon opened 25 studios at the west-side development a year ago.

Raymond’s Jewellers is closing. The store at 1111 W. 41st St. is having a going-out-of-business sale that began Nov. 15. Founder Paul Curtin died in March.

Will’s Training Table has reopened at the Sanford Sports Complex with the completion of the first phase of a construction project. Work continues on the second phase of the addition, which will feature a rooftop bar. The restaurant has introduced a new menu.

Conquer Escape Rooms has opened at the Air Madness Trampoline Park complex in Harrisburg. It offers two challenges – Escape Plan and Recon – and a third room, Diamond Quest, is expected to open in January. Owner Jonathon Rolph hired set designers with experience in Hollywood to build the rooms.

Thomas Faini is buying J.H. Bechtold Inc., a jewelry store that was founded in 1902 in downtown Sioux Falls. The store will keep its name and location at 325 S. Phillips Ave. Faini, who specializes in jewelry design and repair, started F&H Private Jewelers and Thomas James Jewelers earlier this year after leaving the family business Faini Designs Jewelry Studio. Those wholesale and retail operations are at 3400 W. 49th St.

Courtney Lens has started Numbers & Such PLLC. Lens provides services such as bookkeeping, payroll, business consulting and income tax preparation for individuals and businesses. The office is in Harrisburg at 220 S. Cliff Ave., Suite 104.

A Hyatt Place hotel will be built at Lake Lorraine. According to plans filed with the city, the $7.5 million, 112-room hotel will be on the north side of the development. It will be the first Hyatt in South Dakota.

Farmers Business Network is moving in mid-December to the former Globe University building at 5101 S. Broadband Lane. With a staff of more than 100, it has outgrown its office at 6009 S. Sharon Ave. The company leverages technology and crowd sourcing to provide farmers with information to help them make decisions about their operations. It has branched into additional services such as financing, crop marketing and, most recently, insurance.

605 Thrift has moved from 523 N. Kiwanis Ave. to 2103 S. Minnesota Ave. It sells everything from household items and home decor to clothing and toys. The store is open Tuesday through Saturday.

Carolan Rental & N-flatable Fun has closed. A sign on the door of its location at 620 N. Cliff Ave. in Harrisburg indicates Oct. 29 was its last day in business.

Art Moms has opened its holiday gift store. The pop-up boutique at 3101 W. 41st St. offers handmade items from more than 40 artists and makers. Hours are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. the following dates: Nov. 23-24, Nov. 28-30, Dec. 1, Dec. 5-8 and Dec. 12-23.

Love Marlow, a women’s boutique featuring plus sizes, has opened at Lake Lorraine in a retail center along Marion Road. The shop is owned by twin sisters Leslie and Stacey Malmgren. It’s open daily.

Lava’s Coffee & Cafe has reopened in its new location in Harrisburg and is selling Bagel Boy bagels now. Owner Laura Klenk moved from a retail center on Cliff Avenue to 305 W. Willow St. She’s still serving her baked goods and souffles and eventually plans to add sandwiches and soup for lunch. The coffee shop is open Monday through Saturday. Table of Grace and Kruse PhotoGraphics are sharing the space.

Starbucks has opened at 3322 E. 10th St. It’s in a new retail center that will include another location for Oh My Cupcakes, which is expected to open in mid-January.

Dollar General has opened in Tea. The store is at 940 N. Heritage Parkway next to Casey’s General Store. Hours are 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. daily.

Lloyd Nickel has opened an Allstate insurance office. His agency, which offers home, life and auto policies, is in a retail center at 85th and Louise. Five other agents also work there.

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

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