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Heard on the Street: New bed store to open in northwest Rochester this fall

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A Minnesota bed maker anticipates moving out of Rochester’s Apache Malland into a new northwest store this fall.

Plymouth-based Select Comfortis building a new 3,000-square-foot Sleep Numberstore on West Circle Drive Northwest, just north of Rochester’s north Aldigrocery.

Sarah Reckard,of Comfort Select, says the company expects to open the new store in September or October. The mall location will close and shift to the new building.

Reckard stated via email that the three employees at the Apache Mall store are expected to transfer to the new northwest Rochester one, when it opens.

Work also recently started on a 24,000-square-foot, two-story office building north of the Sleep Number store on the corner of West Circle Drive Northwest and 26th Street.

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Developer North Rock Real Estateis building that complex. The goal is to have the building ready for tenants by the first quarter of 2019.

Biz buzz

Another Apache Mall store is preparing for its own move to another space within the mall.

Maurice’s, a Duluth-based women’s clothing chain, is moving into the space previously occupied by the Gap, Gap Kids and Icing By Claire’sstore, which all closed in late 2017-early 2018.

Maurice’s is hosting a grand opening in its new location on Friday.

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