Comings & Goings

Feb. 13, 2018

Halberstadt’s is moving to a larger space at The Empire Mall. The menswear store will move from it space near the center of the mall to the former Candy Clubhouse spot near the food court. The new store is expected to open in early April.

Sanford Health has started using a former Sioux Falls Subaru building that it owns for office space. Sanford is using part of the space at 1105 S. Minnesota Ave. for a four-person team employed by ProLink Sports, which is working on the upcoming Sanford International golf tournament.

Panther Graphics has acquired ColorFX in Boyden, Iowa. Several employees and the location’s customer list will transition to Panther, which is based at 321 N. Kiwanis Ave.

The Beef ‘O’ Brady’s restaurant at 2210 W. 69th St. has closed.

Avera McKennan Hospital & University Health Center has opened an inpatient rehabilitation unit on the fifth floor of the Avera Prairie Center on the hospital’s main campus. Patients move to the rehab unit following an acute hospital stay.

Vanguard Hospitality is adding the former Bracco World Cafe to its portfolio. Owner TNT Hospitality closed the restaurant at The Bridges at 57th at the end of the year as part of the deal. Vanguard is working on a new concept  and plans to open a restaurant at the location this spring.

Josiah’s Cafe & Coffeehouse has opened in its new location at 104 W. 12th St. The cafe has more seating and an expanded menu. Hours are 6:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily.

Van Buskirk Cos. has moved its offices to a single location in a new building at Lake Lorraine, which it is helping develop. The new address is 2571 S. Westlake Drive, Suite 100.

Intoxibakes has suspended sales of its alcohol-infused cupcakes after receiving notice that it was in violation of state law. The owners are working with city officials on the legality of its products.

Tawooki Mediterranean Chop Chop has opened at 3101 W. 41st St. in the same retail center as Fuddruckers. Tawooki serves items such as gyros, kafta kebabs, chicken tawook, chicken shawarma and falafel. The meals come as wraps, burritos and rice bowls. The menu also includes pizzas and pockets similar to calzones with heavy Mediterranean influences, as well as baked pasta dishes.

Capriotti’s Sandwich Shop is expanding to Sioux Falls. Franchisees Aaron and Tonya Niewald plan to open three locations in South Dakota in the next three years. The location at Lake Lorraine is expected to open in the summer.

Cambria Gallery and Stone Center will move to a retail center being built on the former Hidden Valley Stables site on 57th Street west of Interstate 229. The businesses owned by Jud Prins are in the Southway Shopping Center on Minnesota Avenue. The new location is expected to open in late summer.

Paws Pet Resort has opened at 7121 S. Cliff Ave. The kennel offers boarding, day care and grooming for dogs and cats. It features 80 suites, including 10 VIP units. The business is owned by Jeanine and Vince Lubben, who will donate $5 from every stay to nonprofit organizations.

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