New Retail Center N. Charleston to open first store; New restaurant on its way to Cainhoy | Business

The first store to open in a new retail center in North Charleston will welcome customers soon.

clothing retailer Russian dress at a lower price It will open on July 16th at Cedar Grove Shopping Center On Dorchester Road.

The 22,000-square-foot store will carry clothing and home fashion at low prices near the crossroads of Dorchester Road and Riverbluff Parkway.

The retailer’s fourth location will be in the Charleston area and the 28th store in South Carolina. The California-based company has 1,655 locations in the United States

Other stores coming to the mall include five belowAnd the household goodsAnd the Ulta, petsmartAnd the Firehouse SubmarinesAnd the Stella Niles And the Puff City Soap. They are, along with nearby discount groceries LidlOpening dates have not been announced.

Oh first style!

Rolando Ravelo, third from left with scissors, cuts the ribbon on the new Ye Ole Fashioned Ice Cream & Sandwich Shop at 1319 Sam Rittenberg Blvd. In West Ashley on June 10. Another Ye Ole Fashioned is in preparation for the developing Cainhoy Peninsula north of Daniel Island. Warren L. Wise / Staff

What is cooking?

New restaurant on its way to the growing Cainhoy area.

Ye Ole Fashioned Café & Ice Cream Parlor Plans to open in a new retail center planned in development point of hope The community on Clements Road Ferry.

The building is due to be completed in June 2023, and the restaurant will likely follow within a few months after the final cover space is ready, according to Road LapinRestaurant franchisee.

The owners of the 3,000 square feet store will be Cole Spradling And the Aaron Stats From Charleston, according to Brian Vogel The real estate company Coldwell Banker Commercial Atlanticwho handled dealing with the tenant. Fritz Mayer With a commercial real estate company Meyer Kapp & Co represent the owner.

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The new restaurant is part of a five-building, 38,000-square-foot retail, dining and office complex called The place of establishment is in Point Hope. The undeveloped site north of A refuel Recently opened gas station on the outside of publix-sing Point Hope Shopping Center.

The developer is Vulcan Real Estate Group from Fort Mill.

This ice cream and sandwich shop recently opened a new venue at 1319 Sam Rittenberg Blvd. In the Ashley Landing Shopping Center as the second location in West Ashley. The other is at 474 Savannah Highway.

Ye Ole Fashioned also operates two restaurants in Summerville and one in Goose Creek, Mount Pleasant and North Charleston.

the last days

The long-running Mount Pleasant Restaurant, which specializes in Italian cuisine, is closed this month.

“What a journey, but unfortunately after 15 years we have to say ‘Ciao,'” Bacchus Posted on his site Facebook Page on July 5.

The lunch service has ended on Tuesday, and July 23 will be the last dinner service.

Bacco opened in the summer of 2007 in Northcutt Plaza near Houston Northcutt and Coleman by chef and owner Michael Scognamigliowho was 25 years old at the time.

According to the social post, “It was an amazing race that we experienced cooking some great Italian dishes, making some unforgettable memories, and meeting some amazing people along the way.” “Thank you to the staff, past and present, who helped us all bring a little bit of Italy to Mount Pleasant. Thank you to all our funders and professional colleagues for the unparalleled support that only the hospitality industry can provide. Finally I want to thank all of our friends and guests for their support over the years. who made it so interesting and possible to come to Baku.”

wheeling in

A new tire shop recently entered North Charleston.

Mavis tires and brakes Now open at 8511 Dorchester Road. It is the fifth store for New York-based Millwood in the Charleston area and the twenty-first store in South Carolina.

The new eight-place store offers a full range of automotive services for tires, brakes, batteries, silencers and oil changes.

savings shopping

thrift store At 1379 Ashley River Road in Spanish Center In West Ashley it is recently closed and the operator is looking for more space.

Shopkeeper Adria Lanier I moved to her ex Helping Children With Cancer Thrift Store From Savannah Highway two years ago when the property was redeveloped into a group of new stores now called victory in Avondale.

At the time, she said the move to Ashley River Road was temporary until she was able to find a bigger spot. Lanier said she is in talks with her landlord, but no agreement has been reached.

make a home

An Awendaw native recently opened a new home décor storefront real estate office in North Charleston.

Lisa Grant Launched See homes Wei At 8636 Dorchester Road. It is named after Seewee Road, the street on which I grew up.

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The shop features handcrafted mosaics and Peruvian artwork, banana bark crafts from Tanzania, handcrafted textile throw pillows from Zimbabwe and home goods made in Charleston.

With room to expand, the 1,400-square-foot store also includes a meeting room, training room, private office, and kitchenette area.

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