Black Friday, New Caribou and Burgers: West Metro Business Roundup
Are you wondering what businesses are opening or closing in the west metro or otherwise making the news? Here’s your update for October 2012.
The following is a collection of business related articles that recently appeared on Patch sites in Edina, Eden Prairie, Fridley, Golden Valley, Hopkins, Lake Minnetonka, Maple Grove, Minnetonka, Plymouth, Richfield, Southwest Minneapolis, St. Louis Park and St. Michael. Click on the headline to read the full story.
A BP Gas station upgrade and four new retail stores could come to Boone Avenue in Golden Valley if the City Council approves the final plans.
A Sprint store and a Fantastic Sams will also be moving into a retail center on the old BP site.
More than 50 people attended the Oct. 10 public meeting at Four Seasons Mall in Plymouth.
The Oct. 15 reopening of the Lyndale Avenue bridge over Minnehaha Creek brought relief and a big block party for to old businesses and encouraged new businesses to open such as a frozen yogurt shop and a popular prenatal yoga studio.
The St. Louis Park-based chain is building its next restaurant,
The coffee shop makes a move across County Road 101 to gain a drive thru.
St. Michael based Support Rewards is off to a successful start in the St. Michael-Albertville community.
Construction has started at the vacant storefront at Bass Lake Center in Maple Grove.
A local development firm is set to purchase space in Plaza Block for luxury condominiums within former Wayzata Bay Center site.
Owner Heike Ciardelli says she’s in for the long haul with her Edina salon.
The business will stay open after six employees died at the hands of a former co-worker, the Star Tribune reported.
After its first midnight opening on Black Friday 2011, Best Buy plans to do it again.
A roundup of business news in Eden Praire.
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