July/August 2017 New & Emerging Businesses
Story by Megan Whitehead | Jun 26, 2017
3600 Country Club Dr. | 573-415-8685
Studio 573 was created by fitness expert Erin Bidlack. The Studio 573 experience is led by training instructors and provides calorie blasting, interval training, low- to high-impact classes to get your heart pounding and body moving. At the studio, they offer cardio-treadmill circuit training, dance, Pilates, barre, and yoga for all levels of clients. Everything is tailored for your level and your goals. The studio opened June 3 and is open for training.
3600 Country Club Dr. | 573-893-5323
There has been a lot of activity within the walls of Capital Mall recently. Dunham’s Sports announced that they will open a 48,000-square-foot sporting goods store in the mall. They will be in the southeast quadrant of the shopping center between Fuji Japanese Steakhouse and Dillard’s. Construction on the store began in early May and will continue throughout the summer. Dunham’s is expected to open mid-November.
Unique Creations Studio
120 E. High St. | 573-893-6111
Lisa Kindle’s studio has moved from Jefferson Street to High Street. In their new location, you can find even more pottery, canvas, mosaic, and fused glass to paint and create with. Unique Creations is open Tuesday through Thursday from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m., Friday from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m., Saturday from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m., and Sunday 1 to 4 p.m.
Pyramid Principle Fitness and Development
120 E. Dunklin | 570-951-1075
Damian Bunting has opened a new gym on Dunklin. Jumping jacks, push-ups, medicine ball slams, and more can all be regularly observed outside the former retail shop that is now home to what he has dubbed Jeff City’s first “boutique gym.” Boasting a unique rustic interior design that is more Home & Garden than Crossfit, Bunting assures that the allure of the décor is only the first step in offering a unique fitness experience to the people of Jeff City.