Comings & Goings

Nov. 6, 2018

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

Runner’s Block is moving to The Empire Mall. The running apparel, shoe and accessory store plans to leave its location at 57th and Louise before the end of the month. The new location will be in an open space in the Macy’s wing across from The Buckle.

Eleven seasonal retailers are opening for the holidays at The Empire Mall. The mix of shops includes unique and specialty items geared toward gifts.

518 Marketplace has opened at 518 N. Cliff Ave. in Harrisburg. The emporium includes Emer-GenZ Eats & Treats, Gravel Road Blend, Gravel Road Boutique and Decor, Not Just Cupcakes by Jen and White Barn Charm. Hours are 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. weekdays and 6 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday.

Wave 26 Nutrition has opened at 4525 E. 26th St. The shop, owned by Dave and Kelly Hasvold, sells Herbalife protein shakes and other drinks. It’s open from 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. weekdays.

Jacky’s Restaurant is moving from a retail center at Cliff and Benson to the former Taco Bell location at 3808 N. Cliff Ave. The move is expected to occur in the first week of December.

Amy Hallem is moving Modish Designs & Boutique out of her home into a space in downtown Hartford. The graphic designer creates logos and marketing materials for businesses and does full screen-printing and embroidery on apparel for customers. In addition to production space, her new location will include a retail area featuring her apparel designs, jeans, cardigans and other casual wear.

A Sioux Falls dance studio has a new owner, a new name and a new mission. Shelby Bruyer purchased Dance Expressions and has renamed it Amaze Dance Studios. Bruyer wants to help her students be better dancers and better people. She has incorporated character development into lessons.

Tyler Morris and his father, Tom, have purchased Beck & Hofer Construction. Morris had been working at the business as a project manager. He now serves as CEO.

Wine Time on Main opens Nov. 9 on the first floor of downtown’s Washington Square. Owner Bob Novak plans to offer about 180 wines by the glass. It will open daily at 3 p.m.

SAB Biotherapeutics has moved its genetically engineered cattle from northwest Iowa to a new “pharm” near Canton. The cattle are being raised to produce polyclonal antibodies that SAB is testing for eventual use in humans to prevent and treat diseases such as bacterial infections, influenza and Ebola.

The Big Orange Truck made its debut at ZooBoo at the Great Plains Zoo and could be the start of “an empire of food trucks.” Until food truck season returns, chef owners Dean Marshall of Harrisburg and Allen Wright of Worthing hope to serve lunch at businesses a couple of times a week and also do events and catering. The Big Orange Truck’s menu will change frequently, focusing on local sourced ingredients and made-from-scratch foods.

Greens & Spices at 1016 W. 41st St. has closed. Eswari Mutha and her husband, Muthu Kasi, started the Indian grocery store in the spring of 2017.

Casey’s General Stores will build a gas station and convenience store along East 26th Street on the south end of Dawley Farm Village. It’s expected to open next year.

The Schlotzsky’s and Cinnabon store has closed. The franchise location at 41st Street and Grange Avenue opened in May 2017.

Daily Clean Food & Drink will open Nov. 26 in The Wedge on Western south of 69th St. The restaurant will serve natural and organic foods with morning, afternoon, evening and all-day menus.

Full Circle Book Co-op has opened at 125 W. 10th St. It sells books from regional authors and used books and features a space where writers can work or groups can host events. The business also serves beer, wine, soft drinks and some food. It’s open daily.

Monkey Bizness has closed. The indoor play center for children opened eight months ago in a retail center at 57th and Louise.

A new restaurant focusing on juice drinks and treats found in Latin American countries has opened at 10th Street and Cliff Avenue. Jacky’s Tropical Delights and Juices is operated by Maria Marroquim, who is the sister of Jacky Vanloh of Jacky’s Restaurants. Food choices include tostadas, sandwiches, crepes, pastries and cakes. It’s open daily from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m.

Discount Tire has opened at 4201 E. 10th St. The tire dealer and repair shop is open Monday through Saturday. The national retailer has more than 900 stores in 29 states.

Lynette Hofer has started OPEN Space at 6212 S. Pinnacle Place. The business offers a great room, conference room, office spaces and a lounge that can be rented daily by the hour for meetings, events, parties or classes. Rates range from $25 to $100 an hour.

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

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