The Mesh Barn is returning to Bedford, they left Bedford Place Mall in the Spring of 2018 but this week they will be returning this week but this time they will be setting up their craft supplies and wreath store in Bedford Commons
Jessy’s Pizza opening another location at the corner of Timberlea Parkway and St. Margaret’s Bay Rd.
Budapest Bisztro opened his week at 650 Washmill Lake
A new mattress store called Kings Corner has opened on the corner of Robie and Cunard advertising Bedz Bedz Bedz
All the Atlantic Canadian locations Aaron’s Furniture are closing and the existing contracts are going over to EasyHome
Japan Deli in Burnside is emptied out
For now the Katch in the Halifax Shopping Centre food court is boarded up but I hear it may be back later this week
Getaway Farms has scaled back their operations at the Seaport Market and now will only be open on weekends, they will still be open during the week in the Hydrostone.
Obsolete Records will be heading further north on Agricola later this fall and be moving to the new building currently being finished on the corner of Bilby.
Five Guys Bayers Lake will be in the former Bombay space in the plaza by the NSLC store ?Aiming to open in December.
In 2013 Sobeys moved its store on Primrose Street in Dartmouth to Wyse Road leaving a large piece of empty real estate in Dartmouth’s north end.
Some of the space has been utilized in the interim by Dartmouth North Community Food Centre but on Tuesday a new retail food business opened at 6 Primrose St.
Coincidentally, in 2013 Lyndell Findlay started her company Blue Harbour Cheese in north end Halifax. Until now it has been mainly a cheese manufacturer but that will all change when she opens her new manufacturing plant and retail shop in the Primrose Plaza.
The retail shop will feature Blue Harbour’s three cheeses: the original cow milk based, semi-soft blue veined Urban Blue, which may be found in many food shops around the province; the sheep milk based semi-soft blue veined Electric Blue; and, the semi-soft washed rind Hip Hop, which is washed in craft beer.
Findlay also said she is “excited to promote all the Nova Scotia cheese makers” and all eight Nova Scotia artisan cheese makers will have product featured in the store. The store will also have some cheese accompanying items including crackers and jellies.
The new Dartmouth facility is also four times larger from Blue Harbour’s former location and where it used to only have a new Nova Scotia manufacturing license. Now it has a federal license, which opens significantly more markets to export its cheese.
I asked Findlay why the move to Dartmouth and she cited that it was a long look for the right facility and the Primrose site suited her needs best. Findlay and all her current staff live in Dartmouth, so she says the new location works out to be beneficial for everyone.
The store hours to start are going to be 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Tuesday through Friday and 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturdays.