Richmond Heights Plan and Zoning Commission has approved a conditional use permit for Chipotle Mexican Grill to be located at 1500 S. Hanley Road in the Hadley Township Redevelopment area. Project architect Detlef Diercks of Dungan Design Group, LLC in Overland Park, KS, was on hand for the meeting. “The project is scheduled to break ground in June and then we have a 10 week build time,” Dierks said. Chipotle will have the capacity to seat 54 patrons inside and 30 diners outside on a patio area and will be one of two restaurants located in the building to be built as part of the new construction in the Hadley Township Redevelopment Area. In April, the commission gave architect H.C. Klover the green light to move forward with a proposed Panda Express.
Noodles & Company has announced it will open a new location in Richmond Heights at 1624 South Hanley Road. The grand opening is Nov. 21 at 10:30 a.m.
The first 50 guests to walk through the door during the grand opening will receive a certificate for a free Noodles dish of their choice, once a month, for one year. The restaurant offers seating for 75 guests inside and 24 outside on the patio. Dunkin’ Donuts opens by Menards, Pearle Vision moves from Brentwood
Marriott Hotel, retail, restaurants coming in Richmond Heights
New Maplewood, Richmond Heights business licenses
Walk-in medical service opens
Before the grand opening, on Nov.
Richmond Heights officials on Monday night passed the first reading of five bills related to approving a hotel plus mixed use — the Crossing at Richmond Heights — to be built on 6.4 acres at Highway 64/40, South Hanley Road, Dale Avenue and The Heights. Summit Development Group president, Scott Reese, said after meeting the five-story Courtyard Marriott is the only piece that’s determined; they’re negotiating with retailers and restaurants. The 16,000 square feet of retail will be geared toward business travelers. He said they hope to close on the property in January and start construction in mid-February. The retail is set to open in fall 2017, the hotel in spring 2018.
The Maplewood Chamber of Commerce in its November newsletter listed the new businesses licenses in Maplewood and Richmond Heights — the chamber now includes both cities. A business listed hasn’t necessarily opened. Alchemy Acupuncture & Wellness, LLC, 7700 Clayton Road #720, Richmond Heights
Blissful Spa Surroundings, 7750 Clayton Road # 103, Richmond Heights
Dunkin’ Donuts, 1754 S. Hanley Road, Richmond Heights
Gossip Girl, 2125 St. Louis Galleria, Richmond Heights
New Destiny Child Care, 3732 Cambridge Avenue, Maplewood
Peak Brain Institute, 7750 Clayton Road #303A , Richmond Heights
Rebecca Turner, 7750 Clayton Road # 205, Richmond Heights
Salon Clayton View, 8825 Eager Road, Richmond Heights
Treats Unleashed, 1620 S. Hanley Road, Richmond Heights
Wallis Petroleum #505, 3033 S. Hanley Road, Maplewood
Today we held a ribbon cutting ceremony with Richmond Heights' city officials to celebrate our opening at 1754 S. Hanley Rd. Come see us!🎉 pic.twitter.com/n2a0yCYYKE
— DunkinSTL (@DunkinSTL) October 14, 2016
New chamber members
Neil Suthar, Foundation Grounds Coffeehouse & Cafe, Maplewood
Karen Gulick, Grubbs and Associates, Maplewood
Upcoming chamber events
November 9, Ribbon Cutting, Grubbs and Associates
December 2, Christmas Tree Walk, Downtown Maplewood
December 2-13, 12 days of Shopping Small
The fifth area Our Urgent Care medical center opened at 1201 S. Big Bend Boulevard with a ribbon cutting Tuesday in Richmond Heights. The opening was on the tenth anniversary of the opening of the first. The service is a “true alternative to hospital emergency rooms and other ‘chain’ or hospital-owned urgent care centers,” according to a press release. Our Urgent Care is an Urgent Care Association of America certified facility, with 14 highly trained, licensed providers who have extensive emergency department experience specializing in both general and pediatric care. The hours of the walk-in location is 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. seven days a week.
The Maplewood Chamber of Commerce reports new business licenses in Maplewood and Richmond Heights. These 12 business obtained licenses recently; it does not necessarily mean they have opened. ADT LLC, 1155 Saint Louis Galleria | Richmond Heights
Cardinal Catastrophe Services, Inc., 3008 Sutton Blvd. | Maplewood
Cina Structural Integration, 7750 Clayton Road # 99 | Richmond Heights
Grubbs and Associates, LLC, 7372 Marietta Ave. | Maplewood
HR2 Harrington Russell Home Rehabs, 3241 Walter Ave.
A Dunkin’ Donuts store opened on Friday at the Menards corner in Richmond Heights. A manager there said it’s the eighth Dunkin’ Donuts in the St. Louis area. The grand opening is set for October 14. For now, it opens for business at around 5 – 6 a.m. every morning.
Maplewood Chamber of Commerce features a different business each month. This month it’s Gabbit LLC.
How would you describe Gabbit LLC? Gabbit provides business class phone service to small businesses and non-profit organizations in multiple cities around the US. We pride ourselves on saving our clients money (40% to 60% versus the phone and cable companies) while providing more than 110 FREE features on our network. Our goal is to build a customized solution for each client that allows them to serve their clients in the manner they desire. Plus, no calls to far off call-centers; we provide local service by Gabbit employees in every city we operate.
Both ScholarShop stores, including the one at 8211 Clayton Road near Richmond Heights, are set to close in mid-2017, according to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. Revenue from the nonprofit resale business has declined in recent years, Faith Sandler, executive director of the Scholarship Foundation told the Post-Dispatch. The stores raised more than $1.3 million a year in its peak, but last year was down to $900,000 toward the foundation’s annual $7 million budget. The ScholarShop suffered because of the state of retail in general, Sandler told the Post Dispatch.
Whether it’s an old family recording or audio for an upcoming case, Clayton Studios can fix you up. Clayton Studios, at 1126 S Big Bend Boulevard in Richmond Heights, offers audio restoration and enhancement of such items as old family reel-to-reel recordings, audio cassettes and microcassettes, phone messages, vinyl records, even wire recordings. They restore, enhance and digitize the sound quality of old cassettes, microcassettes, wire recordings and phone messages, as well as audio from VHS, Betamax or camcorders. You hear the old voices and sounds of your family and friends on crackle-free digitized media. Production Coordinator Steve Moore gave an example.
Richmond Heights officials on Monday approved a permit for a new restaurant at the corner of Ethel Avenue and Big Bend Boulevard. Ha Tron, Richmond Heights resident and owner of Beautiful Nails, in Richmond Heights, got city approval to open a Vietnamese restaurant at 7494 Ethel Avenue. In his application, Tron said he bought the house, and the property to the south for a parking lot, in 2012. He said he couldn’t remodel the property for the past three years because of MSD sewer work. He plans to offer Vietnamese rice dishes, noodles, sandwiches, coffee, beer and wine for lunch and dinner, according to his application.
Members of the Maplewood Chamber of Commerce helped the new Penn Station East Coast Subs cut the ribbon on the Menards corner in Richmond Heights on Tuesday. Pie Five Pizza opens, Penn Station to be next door
— Maplewood Chamber (@MaplewoodChambe) September 20, 2016
— Richmond Heights, MO (@RichmondHghtsMO) September 20, 2016
The Maplewood Chamber of Commerce joined with the Richmond Heights Chamber in January; in August the members approved a name change to ‘Mid-County Chamber of Commerce,’ with the tagline, ‘Serving the Communities of Maplewood and Richmond Heights.’ The change hasn’t officially taken place, according to the chamber.
Jean Carnahan, Missouri’s First Lady during the 90s and the state’s first woman U.S. Senator now blogs as the Adventurous Gourmet. Her blog is called Good Food St. Louis. Carnahan recently wrote about a visit to Boundary, the former The Restaurant at the Cheshire. She finds the name boring (referring to being on the boundary of the city/county), but loved the food, which she describes as social.