TWIN FALLS — On the heels of its success bringing several new businesses to Twin Falls this year, Woodbury Corp. says more are on the way.
The real estate management and development company announced Wednesday that it will introduce a restaurant, a men’s and boys’ haircut business and a designer goods store at two developments in Twin Falls. The company had already brought in a Blaze Pizza, Charming Charlie and Eyemart Express in 2017.
“This is the first time any of these restaurants and businesses will be setting up shop in this area, and we hope the people of Twin Falls will appreciate the additional variety of shopping and dining options,” Woodbury Corp. President Randy Woodbury said in a statement.
The new businesses, he said “will further enhance the already growing local economy by bringing even more employment opportunities to the area.”
The Habit Burger Grill is a fast-food chain known for its bread, which it bakes daily. It also uses fresh produce and charbroiled patties seared on a cast iron grill.
Sports Clips is a national franchise dedicated to men’s and boys’ hair care.
Both these businesses are expected to open sometime after Jan. 1 in the Canyon Park West shopping center, near Bed, Bath and Beyond.
HomeGoods will be moving in to the Canyon Park East shopping center, which compliments Canyon Park West with stores such as TJ Maxx and Sportsman’s Warehouse. HomeGoods is a national chain of home furnishing stores.
The store will be opening in an existing building in late summer or fall, a Woodbury Corp. spokeswoman confirmed. Earlier this week, Old Navy informed the Times-News it planned to close at the end of January.