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FEATURED IMPACT NOWOPEN After running an online oral design and delivery company for six years, local orist Amanda Bowman opened her own storefront March 22 at 7626 Fry Road, Ste. 400, Cypress. The shop, Amanda Bee’s Floral Designs , specializes in one-of-a-kind posey arrangements and delivery. Bowman said she and her team visit a local ower wholesaler every week to handpick the owers used in arrangements, which she said is meant to ensure the quality, variety and uniqueness of each piece. “Each and every posey is made up of fresh, seasonal owers and artfully wrapped in pretty paper,” Bowman said. “Though we have my favorite orals, the posies are never the same twice.” All arrangements are made in house and designed by Bowman, who said she does not replicate designs from other designers. Customers can order one-time deliveries or sign up for a subscription service. The shop also oers design arrangements for weddings, special events, and sympathy and bereavement, and it can customize arrangements for other occasions. In addition, the shop features artisanal pieces made by Houston artists, including candles, jewelry and home decor, among other items. 832-427-1372. www.amandabeeoral.com store. A Cy-Fair store located at 10900 FM 1960, Houston, received the rollout in April. The GenNext mod- el features larger and more colorful showrooms that consist of new items, and preleased items occupy a separate, smaller showroom. Same-day delivery services are available for much of the merchandise, and the former process of filling out paperwork for lease approval has been replaced by in-store computer kiosks and a mobile platform. www.aarons.com
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training and group classes including cycling, high-intensity interval training, strength training and TRX suspension training. Benson said all fitness levels are welcome at the new boutique studio. 832-472-4105. www.trueformgym.com 10 Janet Chambers launched The Sun- ny Day Ballroom in late April with weekly daytime dancing for seniors at the Victory Fellowship Chapel & Banquet Room, 12311 Jones Road, Houston, near the Cy- press North Houston Road intersection. Admission is $25 per person, which in- cludes music, dancing, games and lunch. Events take place every Wednesday and Thursday from 11 a.m.-2 p.m., and Cham- bers said she plans to add events for children starting in June. 713-715-8844. www.thesunnydayballroom.com COMING SOON 11 Chef Paul Friedman, the founder and a former owner of Peli Peli, will be re- turning to Vintage Park this summer with a new concept, The Chef’s Table . The eatery will open in June at 110 Vintage Park Blvd., Ste. P, Houston—the former location of Peli Peli. The Chef’s Table will serve lunch and dinner daily as well as brunch on weekends. Friedman said the restaurant will feature both indoor and outdoor seating, a full bar, and a retail store with spices, sauces, wine and beer. www.chefstablehouston.com 12 The Offices at Vintage Market- place are under construction by Read King Commercial Real Estate near the intersection of Louetta and Cutten roads. Four buildings totaling 9,000 square feet are split into four 2,250-square-foot
units, and owners will have the option to customize flooring, cabinetry and other finishes. The standard 2,250-square-foot unit is $595,000 and features a reception area, a conference room, a break room, three offices, storage space and a re- stroom on the first floor. 713-782-9000. www.read-king.com/theoffices 13 Nurse practitioners Schwanna Fortenberry and Regine Patillo are bring- ing a new business to Reserve Salon & Spa. Ultimate Drip Therapy and Well- ness is slated to hold a grand opening May 5 at 9945 Barker Cypress Road, Ste. 200, No. 26, Cypress. The IV hydration therapy and vitamin injection wellness spa offers services designed to increase energy, boost immune systems, improve endurance and performance for athletes, enhance weight loss and improve chronic disease symptoms. 346-299-1512. www.ultimatedriptherapy.com RELOCATIONS 14 Masones Pub & Grill relocated from Louetta Road in Spring to Northpointe Boulevard in Tomball on April 1, accord- ing to bartender Lauren Schwaeble. Located at 24441 Hwy. 249, Tomball, the eatery offers a selection of tacos, wings and flatbreads as well as a drink menu. 281-374-0163. www.facebook.com/ masonespub RENOVATIONS 15 Dozens of Aaron’s locations are getting a GenNext adaptation, provid- ing technology upgrades and expanded showrooms at the national rent-to-own furniture, electronics and appliance
Florist Amanda Bowman opened a storefront on Fry Road after running an online business for six years.
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IN THE NEWS 16 Former energy executive Archie Dunham and his development team broke ground in April on the master-planned community Dunham Pointe , located on 1,327 acres south of Hwy. 290 near Mason Road. Home presales are expected to start in August with six model homes opening this fall. New residents could move in by the end of the year. Homes will start in the $300,000s, and builders include Coventry Homes, David Weekley Homes, Tri Point Homes and Toll Brothers.
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