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Greenwood-Phinney business updates

More news about businesses coming and going in Greenwood and PhinneyWood.

Greenwood Sip & Ship is remodeling the space at 7511 Greenwood Ave. N. (formerly home to Allusia and Strut) next door to Tasty. Co-owner Steve Naramore tells us they hope to move in sometime around mid- to late-July. As previously reported, Sip & Ship’s current space at 8560 will be taken over by Bill’s on Greenwood., which hopes to open Sept. 1.

Francine Seders Gallery, 6701 Greenwood Ave. N., is changing its hours at the end of the month. The gallery will be closed on Sundays, except by appointment or for the Artist’s Reception at the beginning of a new show. As of June 30, the new hours will be 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday; closed Sunday and Monday, except by appointment.

Peak Physical Therapy has opened at 8310 8th Ave. NW, specializing in treating soft tissue injuries and imbalances that interfere with daily life. According to owner Jason Schniepp, treatments are generally between one hour and 1-1/2 hours, with a focus on deep soft tissue mobilization, myofascial release, joint mobilization, strain counterstrain, active tissue release, and muscle energy techniques. Schniepp says the clinic is a preferred provider with most major insurance carriers in the area.

Peak Physical Therapy is open Monday through Friday by appointment. Phone 206-524-0143 or email [email protected]