September 22, 2019 Supporting Manhattan-area entrepreneurs, businesses, events

Fall Roundup: Comings & Goings of Local Businesses

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  • Public Hall Coffee announces grand opening on September 12th in Aggieville.

  • Calios to open in Aggieville at 1120 Moro Street. A new, fast, casual, late night concept serving a variety of  over 40 calzones originating from New York.

  • Panera Bread is now open off Highway 24. This is the second Panera drive thru in Manhattan.

  • Stable Lab, an innovative blood test for horses based in Ireland, opens first U.S. office in Manhattan at The Fellow Coworking.

  • Tommy’s Express Car Wash has begun construction in the former Motel 6 location off Tuttle Creek Boulevard.

  • Bluestem Grill is now open at 1880 Kimball Ave within the newly constructed K-State Office Park featuring a full bar, tacos, coffee and a patio for gameday.

  • Sacred Leaf CBD opens in 227 Blue Earth Pl #191.

  • Addair Thurston completes renovation and new move in on Poyntz Avenue in former Foundation Realty and Northwestern Mutual building.

  • The Alms Group announces new location in Aggieville at 1202 Moro Street.

  • The Wall Mexican Buffet is now open in Aggieville, where Dancing Ganesha previously operated.

  • K-State Hale Library rents 30,000 square foot AgPress building on Fort Riley Boulevard for storage space due to library fire.

  • Two Oppy’s Gas Station locations are for sale. 3rd and Fort Riley Blvd, Anderson Ave and Seth Child Road.

  • Tallgrass Brewing Company stops production and lays off all 20 employees.

  • Flint Hills Auto moves out of popular Highway 24 and Tuttle Creek Blvd intersection to consolidate locations after opening their Kia location on Highway 24.

  • La Haceinda, Golden Wok, Goblin Games, Powercat Sports Grill, Genesis and others flooded because of Wildcat Creek rainfall.

  • New multi-story residential and retail development has began construction in Aggieville.

  • Brand new Shop Quik nearing completion at new roundabout on West Anderson Avenue and Scenic Drive.

  • Ross Dress For Less to open soon off highway 24 and is now hiring.

  • Burger King in Aggieville is nearing completion of a full building renovation.

  • Salon One & Spa expanding into neighboring suite, doubling in size located in Westloop.

  • VonFeldt, Bauer and VonFeldt CPA preparing for move into former Hayden & Kohlmeier Orthodontics location on Anderson Avenue.

  • Epic Vision Eye Center and Manhattan Urgent Care open near Westloop.

  • Valley View Memorial Celebration Event Center announced grand opening last week on Highway 24

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