Stores sprout at Meadows
Tired of the same old sub sandwiches and burritos from the usual suspects? Signs of change are going up quickly on Market Street at Glenwood Meadows, which promises to offer a smorgasbord of new places to eat. Already Moe’s Southwest Grill, Smoothie King and Great Clips have their doors open. But other stores and restaurants that haven’t opened yet already have their signs up. Joseph Haas will open Glenwood Springs’ second Marble Slab Creamery location on Target’s east side April 8. Haas currently has a location on Grand Avenue in downtown.Employees of Vitamin Cottage next to Target have been spending recent days stocking shelves and prepping the store for its grand opening. Company president Kemper Isely said the store will open April 11. Quiznos Sub franchisee Joseph Zazzaretti said his new sub shop will likely open on Market Street April 15. Quiznos is returning to Glenwood after a four year absence. Quiznos vacated Grand Avenue in 2002. Magoo’s Italian restaurant, which has had its sign up for several weeks, is set to open June 1. But while other stores at Glenwood Meadows prepare to open, Vectra Bank is doing ground work to open a small branch somewhere in West Glenwood, though it’s not clear exactly where. Vectra Bank spokesman Tom Griffiths said Tuesday that the bank is planning a “loan production office” somewhere in West Glenwood near Interstate 70. He wouldn’t say if the limited-service branch would be part of Glenwood Meadows or a nearby development. The branch would offer loans and mortgages, but it would not have any bank tellers, he said, adding that the proposed branch is currently in the regulatory approval process. He said the branch could open sometime late this summer or early in the fall. Other stores expected to open at Glenwood Meadows include a Regis Salon, Allure Day Spa, Zheng Pan Asian Bistro, Help-U-Sell Town and Country Real Estate, Beta Health Dental, Red Mountain Wine and Spirits, Healthstyles, a Verizon Wireless store and others. Contact Bobby Magill: 945-8515, ext. firstname.lastname@example.org
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