2 businesses coming to Gilbert; 9 businesses that have recently opened in, around Chandler and more top area business news

Two new businesses are coming soon to Gilbert. (Community Impact Newspaper staff)
Two new businesses are coming soon to Gilbert. (Community Impact Newspaper staff)

Two new businesses are coming soon to Gilbert. (Community Impact Newspaper staff)

Read the most popular business news from the Gilbert and Chandler areas from the past week.

Gilbert

Two businesses coming soon to Gilbert


Pinspiration anticipates opening a location at 1515 N. Gilbert Road, Ste. D101, Gilbert, in the spring.

One studio open, one studio coming to Gilbert



Luna Studio opened July 24 at 6 E. Palo Verde St., Ste. 12, Gilbert. If offers classes for children and families, including yoga, sensory play, mindful crafts, parent-child massage therapy class and family sound experience.

Chandler

9 businesses that have recently opened in, around Chandler

Here are nine businesses that have recently opened in and around Chandler.

The Uncommon, The Tipsy Egg to open soon in downtown Chandler

Signage has gone up for The Tipsy Egg and The Uncommon in downtown Chandler. Neither restaurant has announced an opening date, but work on both spaces appears to be nearing completion.

Tom Blodgett and Alexa D’Angelo Contributed to this report.









MOST RECENT

Gavel, law books
Gilbert moves to dismiss lawsuit asking courts to throw out bond election results

The town of Gilbert asked Maricopa County Superior Court on Nov. 29 to dismiss a lawsuit that challenged the town’s $515 million streets, transportation and infrastructure bond election.

By the Bucket exterior
By the Bucket heading toward soft opening Dec. 1

The Italian restaurant serves hot spaghetti to go in a bucket and meatball sandwiches.

Atomic Comics
Atomics Comics reborn at SanTan Village in Gilbert

It marks the return of a popular comic book store chain in the Phoenix area that opened in 1988 but closed its four stores in 2011 in bankruptcy

Western Canal
Town narrows Western Canal pipeline solutions to 4

Some residents said after the Nov. 15 meeting they believe the town will just decide to use its original preferred solution of using eminent domain to claim the town’s easements on their property,

Casino rendering
New casino near Gilbert should bring jobs to area

A new 160-acre, $150 million casino is expected to open a couple miles west of Gilbert town limits within the next two years.

Jennifer Gallego, Tap Dragon Craft Beer & Wine Bar interiror
Tap Dragon Craft Beer & Wine Bar opens in Gilbert

Tap Dragon offers local craft beers and a rotating wine list, meads and ciders.

Texas Gov. Greg Abbott sits beside Samsung CEO Dr. Kinam Kim as he announces the company is brining a $17 billion facility to Taylor. (Screnshot via KXAN)
Samsung makes it official: Announcement from Governor's Mansion confirms $17B facility coming to Taylor

Nearly a year after Williamson County officials began pitching Samsung to bring a megafacility to the area, the electronics giant has made it official.

Jim Torgeson, who owns a Mesa sign-making business, filed the suit in Maricopa County Superior Court, naming the Town of Gilbert and each member of the town council in their capacity as a council member. (Courtesy Brian Jackson/Adobe Stock)
Sign maker seeks annulment of Gilbert bond election in lawsuit

A Gilbert resident and critic of the town’s $515 million streets, transportation and infrastructure bond filed suit Nov. 22, alleging his free speech rights were violated and asking the election results be annulled.

Now open
Three businesses that have opened in Gilbert

Here are three businesses that have opened recently in Gilbert.

Nursing data
Gilbert’s hospitals grapple with nursing shortage

The hospital systems serving Gilbert—as with Arizona and the remainder of the nation—say they are battling the effects of a nursing shortage exacerbated by the global COVID-19 pandemic.

Gilbert police officers
Police officers recognized at Gilbert Community Excellence Awards

A group of police officers who assisted in stopping a felony suspect’s attempted escape received the Tim Dorn Public Safety Award on Nov. 18 at the 25th annual Gilbert Community Excellence Awards.