Interfaith pop-up now open at Market Street, plus 3 recent business updates in The Woodlands area

Interfaith of The Woodlands launched its pop-up boutique at Market Street in November. (Courtesy Interfaith of The Woodlands)
Interfaith of The Woodlands launched its pop-up boutique at Market Street in November. (Courtesy Interfaith of The Woodlands)

Interfaith of The Woodlands launched its pop-up boutique at Market Street in November. (Courtesy Interfaith of The Woodlands)



Now open

1. Interfaith of The Woodlands launched a temporary location of its resale Hand Me Up Shop at Market Street Nov. 12. Interfaith's boutique pop-up shop, located on the western end of the shopping center at 9595 Six Pines Drive, The Woodlands, will sell gently used clothing for men and women through January. 281-367-1230. www.woodlandsinterfaith.org/programs-services/hand-me-up-shop-2

Coming soon

2. A new vision care office, Glimpse Eye Care, will open at Creekside Park West in early 2021, according to the Howard Hughes Corp. The Creekside Park office at 26435 Kuykendahl Road, The Woodlands, is anticipating a January launch.


“Our team is excited to provide exceptional vision care with outstanding service and innovative technology for the utmost enjoyable patient experience,” owner and optometrist Warren Chen said in a statement.

Glimpse is set to offer routine eye exams in addition to dry- and red-eye treatment and checkups for glaucoma, diabetes-related eye conditions and contact lenses. Frames for standard glasses and sunglasses will also be sold. www.facebook.com/glimpse-eye-care-105425814462348

3. Conroe-based Donna's Home Furnishings plans to open its second Montgomery County showroom in the Wood Ridge Plaza, located at 27702 N. I-45, Oak Ridge North, in late November or early December, the city said. Donna's features furniture for living and dining rooms, kitchens, offices and bedrooms in addition to flooring, lighting, accessories and decor. Online design consultations are also offered. www.dhfonline.com

Anniversary

4. The business consulting firm Blanton Advisors marked its 10th year of operations in The Woodlands area in September. The firm offers chief financial officer services and business solutions, including banking, bookkeeping and business management, from its office at 19221 N. I-45, Ste. 180, Shenandoah. 281-362-2924. www.blantonadvisors.com
By Ben Thompson
Ben joined Community Impact Newspaper in January 2019 and is a reporter for The Woodlands edition.


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