Tuesday Morning opens Monday in Mount Pleasant's Belle Hall Shopping Center.
The Dallas-based retailer of closeout housewares and decor relocated to 680 Long Point Road, adjacent to PetSmart, after leaving its store on Coleman Boulevard about a year ago to make way for the Southern Seasons outlet.
Tuesday Morning has four other locations in the Charleston area, in West Ashley, James Island, North Charleston and Ladson.
Freshfields Village will soon add three new health and beauty businesses to the upscale shopping center at the crossroads of Kiawah, Seabrook and Johns Island.
Urban Nirvana Day Spa is opening its fourth location in the Charleston area at 649 Freshfields Village in late June. The locally owned spa offers various skin-care services for men and women. Its hair-styling counterpart, Urban Nirvana Salon, will open nearby in July at 445 Freshfields Drive.
Derma Medical Aesthetics, a new medical spa, will open by the end of the month at 265 Gardeners Circle, with plastic surgeon Dr. Kevin R. Hanz as the medical director.
Starbucks will add its seventh Mount Pleasant location to the Market at Oakland shopping center at Oakland Market Drive and Ironclad Alley, according to permit requests filed with the state last week. The Seattle-based coffee giant is expected to begin construction on the new cafe in the coming months in a vacant lot between Refuel convenience store and the upcoming Wasabi restaurant, which is still under construction.
Bits of Lace, a longtime Charleston lingerie boutique at 302 King St., has opened its Mount Pleasant store near Shem Creek at 453 W. Coleman Blvd. The East Cooper store is the boutique's first expansion in more than 35 years. ... Also, Wild Blue Ropes, the adventure ropes course at 1595 Highland Ave. on James Island, opened Friday. The course, open daily from 12-8 p.m., offers a few levels for climbers of different skill sets.
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