Comings & Goings

Aug. 28, 2018

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

Silverstar Car Wash plans to build its sixth Sioux Falls location in front of the Walmart at 85th Street and Minnesota Avenue. It’s expected to open early next year.

Orangetheory Fitness will open its first Sioux Falls fitness studio at 85th Street and Minnesota Avenue. The franchise location owned by Archit Shah is expected to open later this year.

The Stop Light Lounge at 10th Street and Interstate 229 has closed. Butch Frerichs and his brother, Wally, operated the bar for 32 years ago.

Xtrinsic, an athleisure wear boutique, has opened in The Academy and Air Madness complex on the north side of Harrisburg. It’s owned by Heather Metz and her husband, Bryan. Xtrinsic carries styles for women and men, and Metz plans to add children’s sizes.

The owner of Elegant Mommy plans to close the maternity and baby retail shop at 207 W. 37th St. to focus on teaching skills to new parents. Shelly Gaddis also runs the nonprofit Educated Mommy, which also has classroom and office space in the building. A going-out-of-business sale of Elegant Mommy merchandise is expected to run into September.

Melissa Baker has started Baker Audiology with an office at Waterfall Plaza at 69th Street and Minnesota Avenue. She offers hearing tests, treatment for tinnitus, or ringing of the ears, evaluation and fitting of Bluetooth hearing aids, earwax management and other services related to ear health.

Sioux Falls Audiology Associates has opened at 4948 E. 57th St. Owner Mandy Rounseville and her staff offer hearing testing, hearing aids, ear health exams, wax removal, musician ear monitors, wireless accessories and hearing-health workshops.

605 Thrift Shop has opened at 523 N. Kiwanis Ave. The 3,000-square-foot display space is filled with everything from household items and furniture to clothing and toys. 605 Thrift accepts unwanted items, but owners Mark Davis and Terry Brooks do most of the “treasure hunting” themselves, buying the contents of repossessed storage units.

Oh My Cupcakes will expand with an east-side location early next year. The bakery will be in a retail center being built near George Boom Funeral Home on East 10th Street.

Bite Squad has expanded to Sioux Falls with its restaurant delivery service. The Minneapolis-based company started with a dozen restaurant partners last week and continues to add options. Diners can order through the Bite Squad’s website or mobile app. Delivery costs starts at $3 and increase based on the distance from the restaurant. An upcoming grand-opening special will offer free delivery for a year.

Panther Graphics has moved from Kiwanis Avenue to 600 E. 52nd St. N. The commercial printing company also has changed its name to Panther.

Luan Ha and Duong Thai have started DL’s Banh Mi. It’s a tent-based vendor that serves Vietnamese dishes such as banh mi sandwiches, fried rice, lo mein and egg rolls.

Nothing Bundt Cakes will open before the end of the year on the east side of the Western Mall. The franchise is owned by Bryon and Diane Meyer. The bakery makes bundt cakes of all sizes.

Suyapa Motino has started Taqueria Suyapa, serving Mexican food and recipes from her homeland of Honduras. The food truck is based in the parking lot of Auto-Net on 271st Street as it heads into Tea. The menu includes carne asada, tacos, burritos, tostadas, tortas, quesadillas, nachos supreme, steak and chicken sandwiches and baleadas, a Honduran taco made with a flour tortilla, ground beef and sour cream.

CarSwap has closed its location at 12th Street and Grange Avenue, moving inventory to lots on East 10th Street and farther west on 12th. The used-car business also has expanded to Rochester, Minn.

Gnosh has opened at Club David. Chef Ellee Spawn will serve food at the downtown nightclub Thursday through Saturday nights and during events.

Elegant Xpressions Boutique has made the move at The Bridges at 57th to a smaller space. The prom dress and wedding gown shop moved several doors north into the former Tote-Ally Gorgeous spot.

Sanford Acute Care will open Aug. 30 in a shared space with Lewis Drug at 10th Street and Phillips Avenue. The clinic will be in the back of the store. PAve’s second-floor addition and rooftop patio open today above Lewis and the clinic.

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

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