Friday, June 1, 2012
KETTERING — A new Subway shop opened Thursday at 3024 Far Hills Ave., the first business to open in the new retail development called The Shops at 3000 located at the Far Hills-East Dorothy Lane intersection.
Five of the six retail spaces have been rented in the 8,300-square-foot retail center. Thomas Smith — president chief executive of Ashford Construction and Development Co., the Shops at 3000’s owner and developer — said this morning that the other tenants will start opening in quick succession in 45 to 60 days.
Smith this morning identified two tenants that had not previously been disclosed: Verizon Wireless will open a retail store in the Shops at 3000, and Ulbrich’s Bakery, which has operated bakeries in Miami County and has a century-long history, will open a bakery and coffee shop in the center. The bakery will feature donuts, pastries, cakes and specialty breads, among other items.
In addition, the center will house a Heartland Pharmacy shop and a locally owned frozen yogurt shop called Awesome Yogurt, which will offer self-serve yogurt and toppings sold by the ounce,as well as low-fat, no-fat and dairy-free options.
The Shops at 3000 development is located on a corner lot that has been vacant since 1998 when a gas station on the property was razed, and on an adjacent lot that housed a Gates Bros. glass shop until the property was purchased and the building razed in 2011. The center is near the Kettering-Oakwood border.Tweet
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DAYTON — Culp’s Cafe at Carillon Historical Park is expanding its hours. The restaurant will begin serving breakfast Saturdays, Sundays and Mondays, from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m., starting this Saturday, June 2.
The new breakfast menu will include Breakfast Quiche, Eggs Benedict, French Toast, Breakfast Sandwiches, English Muffins, eggs, bacon, sausage and ham.
Culp’s will continue its lunch hours Tuesday through Friday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
For more info, call (937) 299-2277.Tweet