Best Buy Job Cuts, New Restaurants and Retailers: West Metro Business Roundup
Business news in the west metro Twin Cities for February 2013, including a long-time restaurant closure and new luxury hotel.
The following is a collection of business related articles that appeared on Patch sites in Edina, Eden Prairie, Fridley, Golden Valley, Hopkins, Lake Minnetonka, Maple Grove, Minnetonka, Plymouth, Richfield, Shakopee, Southwest Minneapolis, St. Louis Park and St. Michael for February 2013.
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The company said there are more cuts coming over the next year.
The Plymouth Planning Commission recommended the PUD amendment for the new 56-bed transitional care facility.
The chain's second location in Minnesota will be in the former Old Chicago location at Highway 7 and County Road 101.
The long time Golden Valley restaurant was part of the community for more than 25 years.
City council overturns Heritage Preservation Committee resolution; Mayor says hotel will re-establish Excelsior as a destination city. Next: approval of final plans.
After years in the planning and approval stages, Hopkins residents started to see progress on the Gallery Flats project when demolition began. Patch invites you to follow along as the project progresses.
The business received approval for a wine and beer license from the Edina City Council in February.
The business had a grand opening celebration on Saturday, Feb. 9.
The fully-remodeled store opened its doors Feb. 12.
The Golden Valley-based business that has built sports facilities for the Twins, Wild and Timberwolves will now help build the $975 million stadium for the Minnesota Vikings in Minneapolis, according to media reports.
Plans put H&M between the new Nordstrom store and Sears near the southeast entrance of the mall.
The bank will near the intersection of County Road 21 and County Road 18.
The new pet supply store will be Minnesota's 19th location for the Twin Cities-based business.
Hopkins Mayor Gene Maxwell’s comments at the State of the City are a reminder that apartments can be an opportunity, not just a challenge.
Churches, businesses and groups are submitting dates, times, prices and other information about fish fries they are hosting.
The business said it will be relocating and reopening in its new location end of February.
Neighborhood is seeing big turnover among its storefronts. First to announce? A design-minded home goods store.
The new distribution facility would be located on 85th Avenue, according to the city.
Primp Hair Salon specializes in hair loss solutions for women and hair extensions.
The opening dates range from March 2013 to next year. Can you guess what the five new businesses will be?
Since August when Steel Toe received the St. Louis Park City Council's blessing, owner Jason Schoneman has been working on the perfect taproom to compliment the brewery located at 4848 West 35th Street.