Comings & Goings

From staff reports

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

Autoland has started selling vehicles from its new location on North Maple Lane, west of the Interstate 29 and Russell Street interchange. Autoland’s site at 4201 E. 10th St. will become a location for Discount Tire, a national chain that is expanding to Sioux Falls. Autoland’s location at 2524 S. Minnesota Ave. will become the new home of Autoland’s Budget Lot, which is located on leased property at 4401 E. 10th St.

Falls International Market has opened at 2408 E. 10th St. Owner Abe Dibba sells American and international foods, jewelry from Africa and clothing from his company Mixxed Brands.

The owner of Greens & Spices, Eswari Muthu, has started a food truck. Spicy Wheels is serving Indo-Thai dishes on Friday and Saturday nights in the parking lot of Beds & Beds at 1017 W. 41st St., which is across the street from her grocery store.

SAB Biotherapeutics is moving its herd of genetic cattle from Iowa to South Dakota and expanding on an 80-acre property near Canton. The first phase of the project includes a four-building complex with a total footprint of 40,000 square feet and five full-time employees caring for 40 animals. The second phase is planned over a number of years and includes 10 buildings with more than 100,000 square feet, 40 employees and 500 animals at full capacity. SAB uses its genetically designed cattle to produce human antibodies. The company’s first two treatments are in clinical trials, with other infectious disease, oncology and autoimmune targets in development.

Megan Randall bought FAF CrossFit earlier this year and has moved and renamed the fitness gym. CrossFit Phos West is at 101 N. Kiwanis Ave. in a former NAPA Auto Parts building. Randall was a coach at CrossFit Phos East. The two businesses share workout programming, and members can use either gym. The new location is offering unlimited free classes in September. The site also includes Pure Fitness, which offers 24/7 access to cardio equipment and weights.

Downtown boutique Lillians of Sioux Falls is closing. The store at 311 S. Phillips Ave. opened seven years ago. The store plans to close in October. Its new hours are noon to 4 p.m. Thursday through Saturday.

A Minneapolis-based law firm with an office in Sioux Falls has agreed to merge with a Philadelphia-based law firm. Lindquist & Vennum and Ballard Spahr have agreed to merge effective Jan. 1, 2018. The combined firm will use the Ballard Spahr name. The office here, which opened in 2012, has 10 lawyers and seven staff members.

Kids 2 College Furniture is moving into the former Hancock Fabrics space at the Western Mall. Kids 2 College, which sells bedroom furniture, has been in the same retail center as Nyberg’s Ace Hardware on West 41st Street since it opened in 2010. Owner Traci Cavanaugh hopes to be relocated in October or definitely before the holidays.

Buche’s Bargain Butcher is closing Sept. 30. The discount meat market owned by grocery store and convenience store operator GF Buche Co. opened at 200 S. Kiwanis Ave. three years ago.

Black Hills Federal Credit Union has acquired Dollar Loan Center properties as part of a significant Sioux Falls expansion. The credit union purchased the three buildings that comprised the Historic Loop Center at 901 W. 10th St. and 900 and 908 W. 11th St. That block includes a Dollar Loan Center site and buildings that housed Clark County Collection Services and Brennan Rock & Roll Academy. The credit union also recently bought the former Dollar Loan Center location at 1901 W. 41st St. Black Hills opened its first Sioux Falls branch earlier this year at 57th Street and Marion Road.

G&D Viking Glass plans to build a new office, warehouse and shop at the former Oaks Hotel property at Maple Street and Westport Avenue. It has an offer to buy about half of the 8-acre site, continent on City Council approval of a rezoning request. The 24,000-square-foot building will replace the location at 1417 A Ave., where the business has been since it opened in 1999.

Hydra Beer Co. is opening a second taproom in the Sioux Falls. The location will be at 125 W. 10th St. The brewery opened two years ago at 2425 S. Shirley Ave.

Send Comings & Goings news to jodi@siouxfalls.business.

Comings & Goings

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