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Restaurant Closure, Which Which and Vikings Stadium: Golden Valley Business Roundup

February brought a variety of business happenings in Golden Valley.

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Piazza's Italian Ristorante Closes in Golden Valley

The long time Golden Valley restaurant was part of the community for more than 25 years.

Plans for Minnesota School of Basketball's Move to Golden Valley Crumble

The business will remain in its Plymouth location.

Vikings Stadium Contract Goes to Mortenson Construction

The Golden Valley-based business that has built sports facilities for the Twins, Wild and Timberwolves will now help build the $975 million stadium for the Minnesota Vikings in Minneapolis, according to media reports.

The new pet-friendly business recently opened in nearby Robbinsdale and celebrated their grand opening. The store will partner with Secondhand Hounds Feb. 17 as a host for the organization’s dog and cat adoption program.

Will Which Wich Be Opening a Golden Valley Location?

The owner of the new Eagan sandwich shop location is reportedly planning a store in Golden Valley, reports Eagan Patch.

Plans for New Arcata Apartment Building Move Forward in Golden Valley

The new 173-unit, six story tall complex could be built near the Xenia Avenue/Golden Hills Drive intersection if final approval is received.

KORT Sign Design to Open in Golden Valley

The business will be located at International Square Industrial Park.

Vision for Vacancy: Valley Creek Office Park in Golden Valley

What would you like to see fill office space on Golden Valley Road?

MINI Cooper Car Dealership Plans Continue to Move Forward in Golden Valley

The Golden Valley City Council held a public hearing and approved preliminary design plans for the new dealership Feb. 5.

General Mills Superfan: Man Eats 10 Million Cheerios

Golden Valley-based General Mills introduces a man who estimates he has eaten close to 10 million Cheerios.

Super Bowl Bound: Former Golden Valley Business Lands 2013 Super Bowl Ad Spot

The business owner expects the regional ad “to be seen by nearly 2 million people” on Feb. 3, according to the StarTribune.com.

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