Cary, NC – With several announcements at Park West Village in Morrisville and new openings at Parkside Town Commons, there is lots of news about businesses coming Cary in this month’s edition of Business Bits.
Parkside Town Commons
Two new businesses have opened in Parkside Town Commons at the corner of NC-55 and O’Kelly Chapel Hill Road. Learning Express, a specialty needs and educational toy store, and optometrist Parkside Eye Care are both now open.
Zaniac, a K-8 tutoring and learning center, recently leased a space in Parkside Town Commons.
Salon Parlor Blow Dry Bar is now open at Waverly Place at the intersection of Kildaire Farm and Tryon Roads. Green Pea Baby & Child recently transitioned into Shower Me With Love, focusing on high-end baby and children’s furniture, gifts and clothing.
Alston Town Center
Two new businesses have been announced as tenants at the coming Alston Town Center on NC-55 and Penny Farm Road, with Moe’s and an AT&T store added. Construction is still underway on the Whole Foods-anchored shopping center.
My Friend Teresa boutique photo and portrait studio is opened recently in Ashworth Village in Downtown Cary.
Giardino Gourmet Salads is now open in Harrison Square on Bass Pro Lane. This is the first Giardino in North Carolina.
Cary Town Park Center
Coming to the former Amante location in Cary Town Park Center is Italian restaurant Ricci’s Trattoria, on Green Level Church Road.
Centrum at Crossroads
Hair salon Beautify Threading has leased space at Centrum at Crossroads off of Walnut Street.
Park West Village
Morrisville’s Park West Village announced three businesses that will open by the end of the year. These are healthy fast food restaurant B.Good, chocolatier Kilwins and restaurant Cantina 18. Previously, Cantina 18 said they would be opening early 2017.
Other Business News
Cary disaster restoration firm Carolina Restoration Services has expanded to a new 30,000 square foot facility, built by Bobbitt Design Build.
And at the Amberly Glen 283-unit neighborhood, which the Cary Town Council voted for in September, builder CalAtlantic Homes won the bid for the development site. CalAtlantic’s bid was $15 million.
Community coverage sponsored in part by Waverly Place in Cary.