Thursday, May 16, 2013
Owner Justin Hudetz said he's excited to be in a new spot in La Grange after outgrowing the Western Springs location. Massage Envy has also added facials.
It's safe to say that Massage Envy has caught on around La Grange and Western Springs. During its four and a half years in Western Springs' Garden Market, the spa changed its hours to remain open from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. every day. Now with a move to the old Borders Books building in La Grange, Massage Envy has even more space to serve its clients. "It's something we needed," franchise owner Justin Hudetz said. "There's a lot of healthy minded people here." Massage Envy moved to La Grange on April 13, and in this space will have 14 rooms and 3,400 square feet, upgrades over the 11 rooms and 2,600 square feet in Western Springs, Hudetz said. Write a review of Massage Envy in La Grange. Another new feature at the La Grange location is the …
Wednesday, April 24, 2013
The Western Springs massage business moved from its Garden Market location to the old Borders Books building.
After sitting empty for a while, the old Borders Books building in La Grange is starting to fill. Massage Envy moved from Garden Market in Western Springs and opened in La Grange on April 13. The spa will be open daily from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. It offers customized massages tailored specifically to each person's aches and pains, including Swedish and deep tissue massages. It joins Smashburger, Great Clips and ATI Physical Therapy as tenants in the old Borders building. AT&T and Orange Leaf Yogurt also plan to open in the building this year, and there's another vacant spot. READ MORE: What's Going in the Old Borders Building? Write a review of Massage Envy in La Grange. Get news alerts and Facebook updates from these Patch sites:
Wednesday, April 17, 2013
Check out the top 10 rated salons and spas in and around Western Springs based on Yelp reviews. Did your neighbors get it right?
Websites like Yelp have empowered the everyday customer to become their local neighborhood's critic, praising and damning behind the anonymity of a computer screen. So what do your neighbors have to say on Yelp? Based on Yelp's highest-rated star ranking, here are the top 10 restaurants in and around Western Springs. Do you agree or disagree with the Yelp top 10 list? Let us know in the comments' section. Related: Yelp's Top 10 Restaurants in Western Springs: Do You Agree?
Friday, March 29, 2013
Looking for a job around La Grange, La Grange Park and Western Springs? Find out list here and add any more openings you know about.
Welcome to Job Hunters, a weekly column for local job seekers and employers. We've compiled some opportunities in the La Grange, La Grange Park and Western Springs area thanks to jobs sites such as Indeed, Monster and Career Builder, as well as other resources. Are you an employer? If you're hiring and want to be included, comment below with more information or email editor Michael Sewall at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also share job openings in our Local Voices section directly on the site: Post to La Grange Patch / Post to Western Springs Patch The Western Springs Business Association is seeking an executive administrator to assist the Board of Directors with various tasks related to membership, sponsors, communication, events, …
Thursday, March 28, 2013
Smashburger, Great Clips and ATI Physical Therapy are already open. What else is in store?
More new businesses are filling the building previously occupied by Borders Books, which closed in September 2011. The building, located at La Grange Road and Hillgrove Avenue, was divided into several smaller spots for retail, dining and services. Here's the running list of what's opened and what else is expected to move in later: The burger joint was the first business to open in the old Borders location. Read more about the opening here. The hair cuttery opened March 13 on the first floor, south end of the building. Read more about it here. The clinic opened March 20 on the second floor of the building. Read more about it here. The La Grange location, currently located across the street next to Caribou Coffee and Chipotle, will …
Wednesday, January 16, 2013
The shopping center went for $21.1 million as several new tenants prepare to occupy the newly divided former Borders bookstore.
A pension fund advised by RREEF Real Estate has spent $21.1 million to purchase the La Grange Crossing shopping center—including the former Borders—in downtown La Grange, Crain’s Chicago Business reports. According to Crain’s, the shopping center, which includes businesses between Ogden and Hillgrove avenues on both sides of La Grange Road like Trader Joe's and Walgreens, suffered a blow when Borders closed in September of 2011—but former owners Edwards Realty, who bought the property for $16.3 million in July 2010, recouped by divvying up the former bookstore into multiple suites. The Doings La Grange reports that in place of a single tenant to take over the former Borders, multiple leases have been signed—including for Massage Envy, …