A Third Subway Moves Into Hazelwood
Plus, find treasure in others' junk at Extraordinary Junque. Here's a look at a few new businesses that have opened in Hazelwood.
New businesses are sprouting up all over town here lately.
Have you noticed the empty space where Green Dream Florist used to be on Howdershell Road is no longer empty?
Here's a look at three new businesses that have opened in the City of Hazelwood. Some have opened in prominent locations, while others are a little harder to find.
Subway: A new Subway opened in the location at 6150 Howdershell Road that Green Dream Florist used to occupy near Hunan Kitchen and Classics Bar & Grill in Howdershell Plaza. It's a standard Subway sandwich shop with the same options that most have.
Note the North Lindbergh Subway in Hazelwood also remains open, so one didn't close for another to open. The St. Louis Mills Subway also remains open.
The store was riddled with some controversy for a while during the construction phase with union workers picketing the location in the spring.
Cutt'n Headz Hair Center: One of three new businesses to move into the retail center located across the street from Hazelwood Fire Department, Cutt'n Headz Hair Center is located at 6853 Howdershell Road.
The barber shop specializes in men's hair and hair cuts for all ethnicities.
Extraordinary Junque: One review of this consignment shop online describes it as "a great new business that just opened in Hazelwood."
Extraordinary Junque is a resale shop located right off of North Lindbergh Boulevard at 703 Lynn Haven Lane. It's situated across from where Becky's Carpet and Tile Superstore, which recently went out of business, stands empty.
It has a selection of antiques, furniture items, sports memorabilia, toys and housewares.