Comings & Goings

Oct. 9, 2018

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

Wine & Canvas has moved to the Westside Plaza at 26th Street and Marion Road. Sarah and Jesse Callahan brought the franchise to Sioux Falls in 2013. The studio was in the Village on Louise at 57th Street and Louise Avenue.

Meadow Barn at Country Orchards is building a second venue, The Veranda by Meadow Barn. The building will be slightly smaller than the original barn, which opened in 2016 on the western edge of Harrisburg. Bookings are being taken for May 2019.

GreatLIFE Golf & Fitness Center has expanded in the Westside Plaza at 26th Street and Marion Road. The new space offers more fitness options, showers and additional restrooms.

Rapid City-based Mustard Seed Catholic Store has expanded to Sioux Falls. The religious goods store is in a retail center at 44th Place and Grange Avenue near Costco.

Nordica Warehouses will build a 200,000-square-foot dry storage warehouse at Foundation Park in northwest Sioux Falls. The plan is to open in April 2019.

An old freight warehouse at 424 E. Eighth St. will be renovated into a mix of retail space, offices and lofts. Owner Larry Howe plans to start construction on East Bank Depot in the spring after the lease expires for tenant BNSF Railway.

St. Joseph Catholic Housing has purchased the site of the former Golden Dragon Chinese Restaurant. The organization doesn’t have immediate plans to use the property.

Total Card Inc. has moved into its new office at Lake Lorraine. The 40,000-square-foot, two-story building replaces its office on Broadband Lane. Total Card provides customized call center support and financial products and services and also issues its own credit cards.

Weisser Distributing is out of space in Tea and adding a warehouse in Sioux Falls. The fast-growing company that primarily sells online in a variety of industries has bought a 40,000-square-foot warehouse at 921 E. Amidon St. It will start using the new space in November.

The Food-N-Fuel on 12th Street west of Interstate 29 closed in September, but the property owner is looking for a new owner/operator.

Julz Woodworking, Antiques and Thrift Store has moved into the former Ernie November building at 1801 W. 12th St. Dan Larson started the business earlier this summer in a smaller space on Cliff Avenue.

Arby’s has opened in Brandon on Splitrock Boulevard. It’s the 12th location for the franchise group American Roast Beef Inc.

Harrisburg Eye Care and Neighborhood Dental are having a grand-opening celebration from 4 to 8 p.m. Thursday in their new building on North Cliff Avenue in Harrisburg. Previously, both clinics were in a retail center at Cliff and Willow.

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Comings & Goings

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

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