A grocery chain from Colorado opened at 9200 Wiles Road in Coral Springs.
Lucky’s Market carries organic produce, gluten-free food and seafood. Supplements and cosmetics also are in the store.
The chain’s other Florida stores are in Naples and Gainesville. It plans to open more stores in Plantation, Orlando and Melbourne. The Plantation store will be at 7700 Peters Road and is expected to open by the end of the year.
U-Haul opens in Davie
U-Haul has partnered with County Wide Insurance to offer rental U-Haul trucks, trailers, towing equipment and boxes.
County Wide Insurance is at 6553 Stirling Road in Davie.
U-Haul has been recently partnering with South Florida gas stations, auto repair dealers and other retailers to make available its fleet of trucks and other services.
ATT opens store in Fort Lauderdale
An ATT authorized retailer opened at 1817 E. Commercial Blvd. in Fort Lauderdale.
The store is owned and operated by Global Solutions and offers services such as DirecTV, ATT U-verse and ATT Digital Life. Smartphones, tablets and other digital accessories also are available.
The Global Solutions location is the eighth authorized retail store in Fort Lauderdale for ATT.
South Florida is home to 46 company-owned stores.
Thrift store opens in Margate
Tomorrow’s Rainbow Thrift Gift has opened at 5444 W. Sample Road in Margate.
The shop at the Pepper Tree Plaza sells clothing, furniture and home décor. Sales benefit children’s grief support programs. Tomorrow’s Rainbow is an organization based in Coconut Creek that offers therapeutic services for children, teens and families that have experienced the loss of a loved one.
Capitol Lighting to open in Fort Lauderdale
A Capitol Lighting store — the first in Broward County — is set to open April 4 in Fort Lauderdale.
The estimated 4,600-square-foot store will showcase indoor and outdoor lighting pieces at 1001 N. Federal Highway, where Calumet Photographic used to be, off Sunrise Boulevard.
The upcoming store will be the first all-LED location for the Boca Raton-based company. It will also become the fifth Capitol Lighting in South Florida and ninth overall. The business has more stores in New Jersey.
In Fort Lauderdale, customers will find chandeliers and wall, hallway, vanity and landscape lighting.
Capitol Lighting has been in business for 92 years. It started in Newark, N.J., as electric lighting began replacing gas lighting. The company also plans to open a store within a few months in Doral. A specific opening date for that location was not available.
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