Comings & Goings – SiouxFalls.Business

July 26, 2022

Here’s a look at recent changes in the business landscape in the Sioux Falls area.

Chloe Koval has started In the running dog mobile gym, serving Sioux Falls and surrounding communities. She has equipped a van with a self-propelled treadmill to exercise a dog at the owner’s home.

Oh My Cupcakes has added a mobile pop-up store. The trailer can be reserved for private or public events. Customers can find about a dozen cupcake flavors, including gluten- and keto-friendly versions.

Thin chickens has opened its third restaurant in Sioux Falls. The new location at 2301 E. 10th St. it is open from 10:00 to 22:00 every day. The locally owned franchise features sandwiches and fried chicken tenders.

Lewis drug is expanding to Watertown. The store will be the Sioux Falls-based company’s 58th location in the region. It is expected to open in early 2023 in a new retail development near Montgomery Furniture.

Wholestone Farms plans to open a custom butcher shop at the site planned for a future pork processing plant — ahead of a November election that could stop the company from expanding here. The store will allow customers to select a Wholestone farmer and order a pig transformed into Wholestone-branded products — from pork chops to pork loins. The site is at the southeast corner of Benson Road and Interstate 229.

Heather Lowry is open Boho Candle Style Co. at The Village on Louise shopping center at 57th Street and Louise Avenue. The store, which features a mix of hippie-inspired bohemian fashion with Western flair, is open Wednesday through Sunday and by appointment on other days.

A mother-daughter duo with a passion for people and sewing is transforming a former event space in the River Plaza retail center on South Shirley Avenue into a quilting design studio. Jacqueline Joyce Stitch Studio will focus on quilting, embroidery and other personal sewing projects. The women behind the business are Beatrice Joyce “BJ” Dvorak and daughter Jacqueline Economo. It is expected to open in the fall.

Coffee First Stop has opened in a parking lot at 12th and Ellis. The drive-thru kiosk owned by Judy Swearingen is open from 6am to 7pm Monday through Saturday. First Stop offers several types of coffee drinks as well as smoothies, Italian sodas, and matcha and chai teas. It also serves made-from-scratch breakfast sandwiches and burritos.

based in Minneapolis True Capital Partners of the North, which also owns the Sioux Falls Canaries, has acquired the Sioux Falls-based trucking company Dakotaland Shipping. The 48-state contract carrier will continue to operate under the same name and about 60 of its employees are keeping their jobs.

Sagittarius Addiction it has new owners and a new location. Justin Hackett, Mike Boer and Tim Skyberg purchased the archery range and pro shop from founder Mark Berndt. The business is in a new building south of Renner Corner along Highway 115. Hackett said the new state-of-the-art building offers more lighting, indoor capacity, elevated shooting, 3D targets and training courses than the previous building east of Renner/Crooks exit for Interstate 29.

Natural Food will open Wednesday at 2601 S. Louise Ave. It’s the first South Dakota location for the Colorado-based family-owned chain, which features organic and natural products.

Toys R Us will begin selling the toys inside every Macy’s store by mid-October, the company announced. The business filed for bankruptcy and closed its Sioux Falls store in 2018. Macy’s has a location at The Empire Mall.

Simon’s Tacos has opened at 5300 S. Louise Ave. It is owned by the Alvarez Argueta family, which also owns and operates Yessica’s Mexican and Italian Restaurant in Brookings. The menu is inspired by a California-style taqueria concept. Hours are 10:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. Sunday through Thursday and 10:00 a.m. to midnight Friday and Saturday.

Raven Engineered Films has a new name: Viaflex. The former division of Sioux Falls-based Raven Industries was acquired in April by Industrial Opportunity Partners, which is positioning it as a stand-alone, standalone business.

Sermons, a high-end sneaker store and boutique, has opened in downtown Sioux Falls. It’s on the first floor of the newly renovated Johnson Building at 11th Street and Second Avenue and focuses on streetwear, rare sneakers and high-end apparel at what the owners call competitive prices. The business also carries designer clothes, bags and purses. Sermons are open from Tuesday to Sunday.

Unity Rd., a marijuana dispensary, opens Wednesday in Hartford. The franchise is owned by BJ Olson and Adam Jorgensen. Consumers must have a medical cannabis license issued by South Dakota to purchase the drug. To begin with, it will be open from Wednesday to Sunday.

Jimmy John’s is planning to open its sixth location in Sioux Falls. Construction plans have been submitted for a space in a retail center on the east side of the Walmart at Marion Road and 60th Street North.

Talon, a Sioux Falls development firm, is building an apartment and condo complex in the city of Hartford. Pass Maple there will be a total of 138 apartments in two buildings and 40 townhouse units, with the first to open next summer.

Based in Sioux Falls Assam Cos. is building 80 townhome-style units in the Turtle Creek subdivision in Hartford. They are scheduled to be ready by the end of the year.

Bob and Lori Gilliland are the new owners of the Goat Bar & Grill in Hartford.

Remedy Brewing Co. I am opening a second room in early August. Medicine in 611 will be at the brewery’s main production facility at 611 N. West Ave. It’s described as “an immersive adult playground” with pool tables and dart boards, and will serve Remedy’s core beers on tap and in cans. It will be open on Thursday and Friday evenings and from noon to evening on Saturday and Sunday.

A discount store that sells overstocked and returned merchandise has opened at 2707 S. Carolyn Ave. box office started in Rapid City. The merchandise bins include everything from clothing and makeup to food and household items. Prices start at $9 per item on Fridays and are marked down daily through Monday when they sell for $1. Larger items are sold at reduced prices. Hours are noon to 7 p.m. Thursday through Saturday and noon to 5 p.m. Sunday.

or Hotworx Infrared Fitness Studio has opened at 2400 S. Marion Road in the Lake Lorraine development. The franchise is owned by Max Chedester and his parents, Pat and Stacy. Members can work out in one of eight saunas with different equipment and follow exercises led by virtual instructors. An additional fitness area offers weights, medicine balls, dumbbells and kettlebells. The fitness studio offers 24/7 access.

fair market, a discount grocery store, was purchased by Empowering Sioux Falls, which plans to add locations. The non-profit organization seeks to increase efforts to feed those in the community who are hungry. The new stores will include 60 to 70 staple food items such as rice, carrots, hamburgers, noodles and eggs.

Two families have opened a learning center that offers Montessori-style education for children. 605 Prep Montessori Learning Center serves children from 6 weeks to 6 years of age. The new center at 39th Street and Phillips Avenue has five classrooms, a fenced playground and capacity for 63 children, including 10 infants.

Franchise owner Todd Porter has confirmed this PicaRev does not return. It closed the quick-service restaurant on 49th Street west of Louise Avenue on August 26, 2021, saying it was a temporary measure related to staff shortages

Survivors uniting for hope, a nonprofit organization that provides financial support to families who have suffered a loss to suicide will cease to be an independent organization on August 1, but its work and name will continue as a department of the organization for suicide prevention. Lost found. The mission for Lost & Found, which was founded in 2010 and works with 13 post-secondary institutions in South Dakota and Minnesota, has been updated to include youth up to age 10 and suicide prevention. SJ4H was founded in 2016 by Brad Hearst after his brother, Sergei Joseph Hearst, died by suicide.

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