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Inside Business: Pub, massage outfit moving into West Fargo’s Boulevard Square

Boulevard Square retail center is growing. Pub West, a bar and grill, is coming to Boulevard Square I, which is at 3140 Bluestem Drive in West Fargo. The arrival date for Pub West is expected to be around Dec. 1. Boulevard Square I is also home t...

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Boulevard Square retail center is growing.
Pub West, a bar and grill, is coming to Boulevard Square I, which is at 3140 Bluestem Drive in West Fargo.
The arrival date for Pub West is expected to be around Dec. 1.
Boulevard Square I is also home to Family Wellness Hot Yoga and Freya Salon.
Aquablue massage, which has been at 4955 17th Ave. S., in Fargo, is also heading for Boulevard Square I, said Aquablue owner LeAnn Ebersviller.
She said Aquablue is expected to open in the new, larger location by Oct. 15.
Ebersviller said the additional space will be used to expand product selection and as a place to host parties.
Meanwhile, nearby Boulevard Square II, 745 31st Ave. E., is home to a Spicy Pie pizza shop as well as TrueIT, a technology support company.
The marketing of retail space in both Boulevard Square buildings is handled by Goldmark Schlossman Commercial Real Estate Services.
In addition to the retail space on the lower floors, both buildings offer apartment space on upper floors, with the apartments managed by Coldwell Banker.
Many Boulevard Square I apartments have been leased, though vacancies remain.
Apartments in Boulevard Square II are starting to be leased.
For availability of apartments, call (701) 566-8535.

Pout Baby moves


Pout Baby & Kids has moved.
The boutique that sells children’s clothing and gifts was located at 4325 13th Ave. S.
Now it is located at 1801 45th St. S.
Hours remain the same: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday; 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Thursday; and noon to 5 p.m., Sunday.
The phone number also remains the same, (701) 356-7688.
Planet Fitness will be expanding into the boutique’s former space.

Fans with vans


Laney’s, a locally owned plumbing, heating, cooling and electrical company, has been displaying its Bison fever this past week by encouraging staff to wear their North Dakota State University gear in honor of today’s ESPN
“College GameDay” broadcast.
Laney’s has also been flying a Bison flag on its flagpole and it added artwork to its service vans to include a thought bubble urging: “GET UP FARGO FOR ESPN GAMEDAY.”
“I think this (‘GameDay’) is a great compliment to Fargo and the surrounding cities and we just wanted to be a part of spreading that excitement,” said Kevin Wolf, president of Laney’s.

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New Mojo Fit Studios


Mojo Fit Studios will open Monday in its new location in the Prairie Stone Center, 1650 45th St. S., Fargo.
Several events to celebrate the grand opening are scheduled Sept. 22-26.
Kristen Burbank opened Mojo Fit Studios last November on 13th Avenue South. The business offers several types of yoga classes, including prenatal, restorative and hot yoga, as well as Pilates and Barre Fusion.
For more information, visit mojofitstudios.com or call (701) 526-0908.

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