FARGO — Apricot Lane Boutique is closing at the
West Acres Buying Middle
, although an additional domestically owned women’s boutique is promised for the similar area.
West Acres designed the announcement on its Facebook web site on Saturday, Feb. 5.
The retail store — now functioning a clearance sale — will close its doors Feb. 18, operator Jeanie Anderson verified Monday, Feb. 7.
Anderson said she could not comment at this time on what will surface subsequent in the boutique’s location in the mall’s Fountain Courtroom spot in the JCPenney wing.
Nevertheless, the West Acres Facebook post said a related shop is in the offing.
“But not to fret, women’s fashion enthusiasts! Just a handful of days later on, a model new, domestically owned women’s boutique will be opening up in the exact spot! And we have a feeling you can expect to find the ambiance, types, and workforce users pretty acquainted,” the West Acres publish said. “It’s been an incredible 12 yrs with Apricot Lane, and we are not able to wait around for what is in advance. Cheers to the future chapter!”
Anderson opened the nearby Apricot Lane Boutique in the summer season of 2010.
Apricot Lane Boutique is franchised by Place Visions, Inc. and has 95 spots positioned all-around the Reduce 48 and in Alaska, according to the Vacaville, Calif.-dependent corporation’s internet site. The franchise procedure started in 2007.
In the tri-state spot, there are also Apricot Lane Boutiques in Bismarck Sioux Falls, S.D. and St. Cloud, Duluth, Stillwater, Mendota Heights, Maple Grove, Blaine and Baxter, Minn., the corporation’s web web site explained.
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