Four businesses that have recently opened in Gilbert

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Here is the latest business news in Gilbert, including four places that have recently opened. (Community Impact Newspaper staff)

Here is the latest business news in Gilbert, including four places that have recently opened. (Community Impact Newspaper staff)

Here are four businesses that have opened recently in Gilbert.

F45 Training Gilbert East opened Aug. 28 at 4049 E. Williams Field Road, Ste. 105, Gilbert, in the The Post at Cooley Station. The gym offers functional, strength and conditioning training and high-intensity interval training. It features a full-body sculpting session completed in 45 minutes. 480-744-9645. http://f45training.com/gilberteast



Kidstrong opened Oct. 23 at 3133 S. Lindsay Road, Ste. 103, Gilbert. It is a child development training center focused on brain, physical and character development for children who can walk through 11 years old. 480-725-9085. www.kidstrong.com/gilbert

Watch Me Grow Preschool opened its third location Nov. 8 at 7135 S. Val Vista Drive, Gilbert. It is a privately owned child care center with all locations in Gilbert caring for children ages 8 weeks- 6 years. The locations have HD cameras installed that can be viewed by enrolled family members via any computer or mobile device. 480-231-5797. www.wmgchildcare.com

Lilac Ob-Gyn opened a location of its practice Nov. 18 at 1489 S. Higley Road, Ste. 101, Gilbert. The practice, which provides obstetrics, gynecological and wellness services to women of all ages, has a Chandler location. Its six providers are all women. 480-571-1554. https://lilacobgyn.com

By Tom Blodgett

Editor, Gilbert

Raised in Arizona, Tom Blodgett has spent more than 30 years in journalism in Arizona and joined Community Impact Newspaper in July 2018 to launch the Gilbert edition. He is a graduate of Arizona State University, where he served as an instructional professional in the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication from 2005-19 and remains editorial adviser to The State Press, the university's independent student media outlet.