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Wendy Weitzel

Regency Centers purchases Oak Shade Town Center for $35M

(Edited from a news release) Davis, CA – August 22, 2011 – Regency Centers (www.regencycenters.com), a national owner, operator and developer of grocery-anchored and community shopping centers, closed on the acquisition of Oak Shade Town Center, a 103,762-square-foot neighborhood shopping center anchored by Safeway, Rite Aid and OfficeMax in Davis. The property was purchased on […]

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Brew It Up closing in Sac

Brew It Up, which originated in The Marketplace in Davis but moved to midtown Sacramento when its plans to redevelop Old City Hall (now Bistro 33) were denied, is closing this weekend, owner Michael Costello announced today. Read more on its website: http://www.brewitup.com/

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Casa Verde, Baciarini’s moving to new Fifth Street Crossing

Casa Verde Designs is in the process of moving from its tucked-away spot at 424 F St., Suite B, to a space in the newly redeveloped Fifth Street Crossing, across from Dairy Queen. It closed last week and should reopen in mid-August. The green design showroom is a partnership with Nancy Morrow of Casa Verde, […]

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Asian fusion to take over empty nest

A new Asian fusion restaurant Open Rice Kitchen has a lease for the former nestware spot at 204 G St. (The housewares and gift store moved earlier this year to 207-B in the E Street Plaza.) Calvin Liu, a UC Davis graduate, and co-owner Corman Yu, both of Sacramento, want to create a “comfort food” […]

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PureBeauty, Quizno’s close in South Davis

Two businesses in the Oakshade Town Center in South Davis recently closed. PureBeauty and Quizno’s sandwiches closed this month. The PureBeauty store in The Marketplace in North Davis remains open. Esthetician Jennifer Wendt, and hair stylists Janet Hayden and Peter Sanchez moved to The Marketplace. For information, call (530) 757-1082.

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To-go eatery to fill L Street spot

Stone Soup Catering and To Go has plans to open an eatery in Let Them Eat Cake’s former spot at 423 L St., Suite B. (The cupcake bakery moved to 310 C St.). Office manager Jessica Cox said the owners are shooting for an Oct. 1 debut. The shop is not affiliated with Stones Catering, […]

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Fast seafood on its way

A Torrance-based grilled seafood restaurant Fish’s Wild Grill & More has a sign up in the 500 block of Davis’ Second Street, next to Uncle Vito’s, that it is coming soon. Its Torrance menu features healthy options like grilled fish and chicken, brown rice, veggies, and grilled fish and chicken tacos.

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Mace Market closes

Mace Market at 2939 Spafford St., in the Fifth Street Plaza shopping center, closed this month.

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New tailor in town

Sarah’s Alterations & Eco Cleaners recently opened at 222 D St., behind the Mustard Seed in the Park Place shopping center. Its hours are 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Call (530) 753-0172.

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New photo studio debuts

Megan Wilkinson Photography had its grand opening celebration on July 24. Its address is 132 E St., Suite 140, in the Mansion Square courtyard. It fills the space left when next door’s Better Place to Bead downsized. The studio specializes in wedding photography and contemporary portraits, including maternity, babies, children, teens and families. For more […]

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Paesanos III is hiring

Construction is coming along at Paesanos III in Davis, a pizza and pasta restaurant that is taking over the former Fuzio’s spot at 139 G St. It started the hiring process last week.

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