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Planet Fitness eyes future growth in the Sacramento area

While several high-end exercise concepts have filled vacancies in Sacramento-area retail centers, a franchise operator for a major national fitness chain thinks there's more room locally for affordab…
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Birdies raises $8 million to fill waitlist orders, expand retail

Birdies Inc., a maker of luxury slippers, has raised $8 million to expand into more retail stores and fulfill back orders.  Based in San Francisco and with a back office in Sacramento, Birdies sells…
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Local Lululemon store to double in size

Popular activewear retailer Lululemon Athletica Inc. is significantly expanding its footprint in the Sacramento area's largest shopping center. The store in the Westfield Galleria at Roseville will …
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Teichert files $1 million lien over Roseville's Campus Oaks project

A dispute over work payment for the Campus Oaks development led to the contractor filing a lien for over $1 million against the developer.
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Ed Goldman: Is Sacramento a FOMO destination? Is DOCO? Like NOLO , SoHo or NoHo?

Will DoCo (Downtown Commons) cause FOMO one day? Will it ever be a NOLO (New Orleans) SoHo or NoHo (the enclaves south and north of New York City’s Hudson River? FOMO is one of my favorite relative…
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5 things to know, and a new taphouse opens in Loomis

Happy Friday, loyal readers. Here's what you need to know today. Yes, I have beer news In July, I told you about Gander Taphouse, a new locally owned business planned at 3550 Taylor Road in downtow…
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After Hours: Sacramento Regional Builders Exchange Installation Dinner

The Sacramento Regional Builders Exchange, which serves the industrial and commercial construction industry, held its board of directors installation reception and dinner on Jan. 10 at Mulvaney's B&L…
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Dispensary appears to owe over $1.3 million in back federal taxes — but paying the IRS could be complicated

The IRS may be limited in its ability to pursue liens and levies against cannabis companies.
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Midtown project Q19 listed for sale

Months after it began filling with tenants, midtown Sacramento apartment and retail project Q19 is for sale.
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Office building with busted loan going to March auction

A property connected to the Sacramento region’s largest outstanding busted commercial loan will go to auction in early March.
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Attorney Melissa Sanchez eyes ownership opportunities in Sacramento's cannabis industry

Her firm helps clients navigate the complex state and local laws that govern the production and sale of cannabis products.
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Two food and drink chains looking for local franchisees

One focuses on craft beer, while the other pairs food with "a very specific counterculture."
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Hacker Lab lands larger space in midtown Sacramento

Coworking space Hacker Lab has found a new home in midtown Sacramento and is expanding with the move.
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Sutter Amador Hospital CEO to retire

Anne Platt, the CEO of Sutter Amador Hospital in Jackson, is leaving her post after 14 years.  Sacramento-based Sutter Health first acquired the hospital from Amador County in 1993, and rebuilt the …
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Site for downtown West Sac hotel sold

An approved hotel project in West Sacramento is a step closer after the planned site was sold recently.
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