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Short North’s Cub Shrub Closing its Doors

Susan Post Susan Post Short North’s Cub Shrub Closing its Doors

After just over three years in the Short North, children’s boutique Cub Shrub, 749 N. High St., is closing its doors. A firm closing date hasn’t been set, but the store will remain open at least through the end of the month. It’s not the end of the Cub Shrub brand, though. The Grandview location, which launched in April […]

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Why Hospitality Matters in Coworking

Susan Post Susan Post Why Hospitality Matters in Coworking

The collision of hospitality and coworking is evident as soon as a member walks in the door at Serendipity Labs. An experience coordinator occupies the front desk with a friendly greeting, an offer of coffee, and a professional first impression of the space, and the members that occupy it. At first it might not seem […]

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Hai Poké Acquires Downtown’s Pure Pressed Juicery

Susan Post Susan Post Hai Poké Acquires Downtown’s Pure Pressed Juicery

Hai Poké is making it permanent Downtown, acquiring Pure Pressed Juicery, the location of the island-inspired eatery’s long-standing pop-up. Hai Poké Co-Owners Nile Woodson and Mico Cordero took ownership of the space at 194 S. High St. on January 1. The space will still operate under the Pure Pressed name for now until a rebranding, […]

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Shuffle App Answers the Eternal Question of What Should We Do?

Susan Post Susan Post Shuffle App Answers the Eternal Question of What Should We Do?

Whether you’re looking for the best boozy brunches, pre-Jackets game hot spots or the top sushi in town, Shuffle is putting recommendation after recommendation at users’ fingertips. “Shuffle is a platform where you can create and discover Playlists of where to go and what to do,” says CEO Jacqueline Rinehardt. Shuffle differentiates itself from other […]

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Downtown Retailer Rebrands to Commuter Clothing Co., Moves to Easton

Susan Post Susan Post Downtown Retailer Rebrands to Commuter Clothing Co., Moves to Easton

Flying Gent is trading a Downtown location for a pop-up and a new name at Easton Town Center. Making the transition to Commuter Clothing Co., the retailer and its expanded offerings are now found at 3922 Townsfair Way next to World of Beer. While Flying Gent was focused on clothing and accessories for a stylish, […]

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Equitas Health Moving King-Lincoln Pharmacy to Ground Floor, Adding Retail

Susan Post Susan Post Equitas Health Moving King-Lincoln Pharmacy to Ground Floor, Adding Retail

Equitas Health’s King-Lincoln District pharmacy will move from the third floor of its building to a ground floor spot come early 2019. The move will not only expand the square footage from 770 to 3,200 square feet, but deploy the organization’s first retail pharmacy model. The King-Lincoln Medical Center opened at 750 E. Long St. […]

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Comfortable Yet Productive: The Key Design Elements of a Coworking Space

Susan Post Susan Post Comfortable Yet Productive: The Key Design Elements of a Coworking Space

There exists a perfect balance in the design of a coworking space: comfortable yet productive. It’s an elusive cord to strike and one accomplished most notably through creating different environments within a space. From private offices, to dedicated desks, to a lounge chair and kitchenette, each plays an important role in the design of a […]

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