Lots of business news happening around the intersection of Greenwood Avenue North and North 83rd Street.
Antique Lighting Company, at 8214 Greenwood Ave. N., closed on Aug. 31, after 24 years in business. The good news is that Luxe Lighting will reopen in the same spot on Oct. 1.
Theo’s Fresh Produce, right across the street at 8221 Greenwood Ave. N., is for sale for $90,000. Theo’s opened last fall. Jim Greene, who owns the building and the business, said business has just been too slow. He is selling just the business, not the building.
And the empty space next to Couth Buzzard Books Espresso Buono Café, at 8312 Greenwood Ave. N., will soon be home to Sundust Oracle Institute.
From the company’s website:
The Sundust Oracle Institute is to guide and understand the invisible worlds to make it perceptible and tangible for others. Char Sundust, a shamanic practitioner, was drawn to guide others on a Spirit-filled path. Through prayer and practice, and the guidance of friends, apprentices and teachers, Char unlocks a place. A place where Spirit Unseen, Nature and the Human Spirit can be congruent with the purpose of healing and connecting with the inner and outer growth – a difference in worlds.
Thanks to Lynn, Steven and Rick for the tips!